The final play from this John Wooden series is a set that Wooden used to run for a shooter to let them come off an exit screen. An exit screen, also known as a single-double, is where the shooter sticks their head under the rim and has the option to come off either side. One side will have one screener (the single side) and the other has two screeners (the double side). While Wooden believed in spacing and getting the ball inside, great shooters needed to be utilized and this set was one way he could feature some of his outside snipers.
Perimeter swing and 2 UCLA-cuts off of 5
4 dribbles 1 backdoor and replaces him at the top of the key.
Single-Double for 1
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