Single with Baseline Double - FastModel Sports

Published 10/30/2012 by Basketball HQ Favorite Send to FastDraw Print Embed

About This Play/Drill

If your best basketball player is a pure shooter and doesn’t really put the ball down on the floor well then it is going to be absolutely key that you have plenty of screens for him to get good looks. This basketball play is exactly what it sounds like. The shooter sets a single screen, then cuts off of the baseline double screen. Screeners need to set good legal screens and shooter needs to read his defender and come off the right screen. Screeners need to be ready to catch and finish the ball if their man helps too much on the shooter. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.

  • Basketball Play - Single with Baseline Double

1. 1 dribbles down, 3 sets his defender up, cuts off of 2's single screen.

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

2. 5 sprints to the opposite block, 4 sprints down to the block and they set 2 a baseline double screen.

3. 1 dribbles over towards the opposite wing, 2 cuts off of 5 & 4's baseline double screen.

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