Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Posted by Aj Holland | Tuesday, February 3, 2015 | Category: |
Once teams are mature enough to master the basics and understand the game, complex plays can be added to the playbook that open up multiple layup opportunities. Oklahoma St displayed a great set where they force opponents to defend in a way that is not practiced on a consistent basis. This set contains multiple backscreens from guard to guard and post to guard forcing teams to have to show longer or switch to unwanted matchups. If run correctly against undisciplined teams, 10 points from layups will come easily.
OKST Backscreen Attack begins in a 4 out set. The ball is swung from P1 to P3 while P2 receives a back screen from P5. P5 Then pops to the ball while P4 V-Cuts away from the ball and P1 fans out. The ball is then swung to P4 and P2 sets a back screen for P3. Next, P5 sets false pin down screen for P2 while P1 looks for the backdoor layup off of backscreen from P3.
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