Friday, October 17, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Twist

Posted by Anonymous | Friday, October 17, 2014 | Category: |

Many coaches throughout the country have decided that the best offense for their team is the 4 out motion. This allows players to have a variety of options on floor and lets them play freely while making reads at the same time. One problem that some people have come across is finding a way to score in the late clock without a desperation shot. In the play below the answer to this problem is solved.

With about 15 seconds left, P1 executes a dribble handoff with P2 while P3 and P4 exchange spots. As soon as P2 gets lane line extended the ball is swung to P4 and P2 L cuts off of a backscreen from P5. P5 then turns around to set a pin screen for P3 looking to catch and shoot. If P3 cannot receive the pass he finishes his cut to the opposite corner. Next, P5 pops out to swing the ball to P1 and follows with a ball screen. When P1 comes off of the ball screen, P5 continues to set a down screen for P3 while P4 sets a down screen for P2. If P2 is not open for a shot he continues across the lane to set a backscreen to free P5 for a layup. There are 10 scoring options to this play in 15 seconds.

Coach A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

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