Friday, February 14, 2014

Elite Hoops Basketball Playset: Blue Jay

Posted by Aj Holland | Friday, February 14, 2014 | Category: |

In order to get a player an open look or create shots for teammates, a play needs to be designed with several options if the first does not go according to plan. "Blue Jay" is a set that contains a number of staggered screens and ball screens to free up people for open looks. If all fails, the ball can be entered to the post and players can play off of that.



Blue Jay begins with P1 dribbling P2 to the corner and P3 setting a cross screen. P2 curls off of screens set by P3 and P4 to the top of the key for a shot. If shot is not there P4 sets ballscreen for P2 and pops looking for a shot while P5 cuts to the strong side block for a post touch. Lastly, a staggered screen is set for P3 looking for a shot or curl for a layup.

Coach A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

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