Baseline Double Screen - FastModel Sports

Published 10/03/2012 by Basketball HQ Favorite Send to FastDraw Print Embed

About This Play/Drill

Screeners need to head hunt and hit the shooters defender with a good screen. If the shooters defender goes over the screen the shooter should fade to the corner and if the defender chases on the screen the shooter should curl or straight cut. A good play doesn’t have to be complex or involve 15 screens but it does require the players to execute it the right way. Make sure that your screeners are head hunting on the screens and not just standing. This will determine whether the shooter gets a good look or not. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.

  • Basketball Play - Baseline Double Screen
  • Basketball Play - Baseline Double Screen
  • 1. 1 passes to 3, and 3 dribbles down. 4 cuts down to the opposite block, and 2 to the opposite corner.

    2. 1 cuts down to the top of the wing. 3 passes to 1.

  • 1. 1 dribbles over to the opposite elbow three point line extended. 3 slides up.

    2. 1 passes to 3.

    3. 2 cuts off of 4 & 5's baseline double screen.

    Option 1 - 3 passes to 2 for a three point shot.

    Option 2 - If 2 is not open for the shot, 5 seals his defender and 2 passes to 5 for a post up.