Orlando Antigua FIBA Dominican Republic Offense

Orlando Antigua FIBA Dominican Republic Offense

Attached are three plays from Orlando Antigua that he used during the 2014 FIBA Basketball World Cup. Dominican Republic went 2-3 in the group rounds of the FIBA World Cup under Coach Antigua winning games against New Zealand and Finland. The team finished in a tie for 3rd place in Group C with New Zealand and Ukraine. Dominican Republic then lost to Slovenia in the first elimination round. Before taking over for South Florida, Antigua was an assistant coach for John Calipari at both Kentucky and Memphis. Antigua got his coaching start at his alma mater coaching under Jamie Dixon at Pittsburgh.

Orlando Antigua FIBA Dominican Republic Offense – 1-4 High Triple Screen
2 runs across the free-throw line off of screens from 4, 3, and 5. Once 2 has cleared, 3 cuts to the right wing rubbing off of 4. 1 passes to 2 then moves to the opposite corner. 4 steps out to set a ball-screen for 2. As 2 drives middle, 4 rolls to the basket and 5 makes a short roll to the opposite post.

Orlando Antigua FIBA Dominican Republic Offense – Horns Corner In
1 passes to 5 then cuts off of a screen from 4 at the elbow. If 1 isn’t open at the basket, he cuts to the corner and 5 looks to pass to 1 or 4. If 4 gets the ball, 4 and 2 complete a dribble hand-off action as 5 and 1 screen for 3 on the opposite side.

Orlando Antigua FIBA Dominican Republic Offense – Horns Flex
1 passes to 5 then cuts to the basket off of a screen from 4. 1 then sets a flex screen for 3 and 5 passes to 4. 5 screens down for 1 who cuts up off of the screen and gets the ball from 4 on a dribble hand-off. If nothing is there on the hand-off, 4 and 5 screen for 3 who cuts to the wing for a shot. If 3 doesn’t have a shot, 5 and 4 screen for 2 in the corner.

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