Each of the teams stayed pretty consistent during the season with what they ran, as we saw a lot of Horns and 4-out motion from Villanova, secondary and box sets from North Carolina, 3 out ball screen and down screen actions from Syracuse, and ball screen actions for Buddy Hield from Oklahoma.
Final Four: Villanova – Horns Rocket Weak Side Ball-Screen
Villanova ran a variety of horns set plays in the NCAA tournament and used this “rocket action” to get the ball moving side to side.
Final Four: North Carolina Tarheels – Box Rip Stagger
North Carolina ran this play to get an open shot for Marcus Paige. The Tarheels do a good job going to box set plays after running their secondary options.
Final Four: Syracuse Orange – 23 Offense
Jim Boeheim used this offense early in the NCAA Tournament and ended up using it less as the tournament went on. The 23 offense allows the guard to work off of the bigs down low running across the baseline and using ball screens.
Final Four: Oklahoma Sooners – Buddy
Oklahoma did a great job all year of getting Buddy Hield the ball in situations to score. In this play, Hield runs across the floor and catches with the ability to drive or go straight into a ball screen.
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