Bob Huggins West Virginia Mountaineers Set Plays

Bob Huggins West Virginia Mountaineers Set Plays by Wes Kosel

 

Here are 2 set plays from Coach Bob Huggins. Before arriving in Morgantown, Huggins coached at Kansas State, Cincinnati, Akron, and Walsh. In 32 years he has only had 3 losing seasons. He has won everywhere he has been, and has won over 60% of his games at each program. He boasts an impressive 71% win percentage for his career, and ranks 3rd amongst active Division 1 coaches in total wins. He is behind only Mike Krzyzewski (983 wins) and Jim Boeheim (948 wins).

Bob Huggins West Virginia Mountaineers Set Plays – Guard Post-Up

This play starts in a 2-1-2 formation with 5 in the middle of the floor. 2 cuts up from the corner to the wing and gets the ball from 1. 2’s first look is to penetrate baseline with the open floor. If 2 doesn’t have anything, he passes back to 1 and cuts off of a screen from 5. 1 looks to pass directly to 2 or can pass to 4 for a better angle on the pass. If 2 isn’t open on the cut, 1 passes to 5 on the wing. 5 looks inside to 2 posting up.

Bob Huggins West Virginia Mountaineers Set Plays – Stagger Lob

This play starts with the point guard and 2-guard up top, 5 in the middle of the floor, and 4 and 3 on the blocks. 4 cuts up the lane then pops out to the wing. 1 passes to 4. Once 4 has the ball, 2 cuts off of a screen from 5 to the ball-side low post. 4 looks inside to 2, but if he isn’t open 2 moves out to the corner to clear the lane. 5 and 3 set a staggered back-screen for 1 who cuts to the basket looking for the lob pass from 4.

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