NCAA Tournament First Four: Here is a play from the first half of Robert Morris vs. North Florida. Robert Morris got off to a hot start early in the game running a variety of actions to score. In this play, Robert Morris was looking for a 3-point shot. The play starts with 4 running down the lane lane to screen for 3 at the block. 3 cuts out to the wing to get the ball from 1. If 3 has a 3-point shot here he will take it. If 3 doesn't have a shot, the next 3-point shot option is 2 cutting off of a staggered screen. Lastly, the 3rd look at a 3-point shot is 1 curling around 5 at the top of the key.
4 moves down from the elbow to set a screen for 3.
3 cuts out to the wing.
1 passes to 3.
Once 3 has the ball, 1 and 5 set a staggered screen for 2.
4 moves to the opposite short corner.
3 looks to pass to 2 for a shot.
If 2 isn't open, he continues his cut to the corner.
1 loops around 5 to the top of the key.
3 takes a dribble up the floor and looks to pass to 1 for a 3-point shot.
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