Dive Double Spin is a very precise and complex way to get a backdoor opportunity. While it may be just a bit too complex to run at a high school level, its level of success at the collegiate level was astounding. At the University of Indiana, Kelvin Sampson used this play to get his best finishers an opportunity at the rim without challenge.
1 hits 3 on the wing, then gets a UCLA screen from 5. 1, 2 and 4 all converge on the short corner
Perimeter reversal to 5
5 will take two dribbles towards the double screen, spin dribble, and hit 3 for a backdoor layup. If 3 isn't open, 1 will be coming off the double screen.
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