The Passing Game Vol. 25: Spurs and Schroder


This volume breaks down some passing from the Spurs Boris Diaw and Tony Parker in Monday night’s Game 2 showdown against the Oklahoma City Thunder and Dennis Schroder’s no-look pass against the Cleveland Cavaliers in Game 1.

  • Diaw makes an adjacent pass out of the pick-and-roll, hitting Manu Ginobili for an open three to close the first quarter.
  • Tony Parker makes an unreal desperation pass to LaMarcus Aldridge for a three at the top of the circle.
  • Dennis Schroder hits Mike Scott with a no-look bounce pass for a dunk.

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