Thursday, December 11, 2014

Elite Hoops Playset: Pop

Posted by Aj Holland | Thursday, December 11, 2014 | Category: |

Sometimes a play does not have to be extremely difficult to be effective. With enough movement and misdirection some plays can be used in a rec league with 7 year olds and still be useful enough to use on a high major college basketball team. "Pop" is a set that can be used that doesn't take many risk of turning the ball over and also can slow the game down to get a clean look when the opposition is on a run.



Play begins with the players lined up in a stack formation. Once all players pop out to free throw line extended, P1 passes to P2 and cuts to the ball side corner. P4 then sets a screen for P5 looking to get a post touch. If the opposing team is fronting the post, P2 passes the ball to P4 looking for the high low action. If not there, P4 swings the ball to P3 and finishes the staggered screen being set for P1 looking for the shot at the top of the key.

A.J. Holland
Elite Hoops Basketball

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