A DHO entry to Floppy will most likely be on the wing Guard to Guard. This means the point guard would speed dribble pitch the ball to the corner wing coming up. The wing will now become the point of initiation and the point guard will be come the activated player. This look most likely proceeds to be a back screening action by the strong side big. The popular version employed by the San Antonio Spurs involves a guard-to-guard DHO and a triple staggered baseline screen for Tony Parker who sprints the base line to find the scoring option on the weak side. Important to not the weak side wing must be the second screener I order to prevent a switch on the final screen, thus negating any type of advantage or open shot. Once the defense gets use to the triple baseline screen, Tony Parker will often times enter and exit the same side, thus showing us a DHO into a traditional Floppy Look.
4 down screens for 5 who cuts to the top of the key and receives the pass from the 1. The 1 then cuts to the block as does the 2, while the 3 lifts to the wing.
After the down screen this becomes a tradional Floppy look. Both the 2 and the 4 pin down for the 1. After setting the screen on the 1, the 2 receives a pin down from the 3.
After screening the 1, the 4 cuts to the opposite short corner, the 3 spaces to the corner and the 2 spaces to the wing. The 5 goes DHO with the 1 directly after the pin downs from the 2 and the 4.
The 1 takes the DHO and looks to attack.
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