This set has good movement into ballscreen roll/replace action. Ball screen defensive schemes and the execution of those schemes have come a long way in recent years. Unless you have simply superior players it is becoming more and more difficult to be able to attack on the strongside straight into a ballscreen. Some of the most effective ballscreening teams in the NCAA are because they first have such great movement prior to the ballscreen even being set. The other reason for their effectiveness is because of the great spacing they have. Having movement is one thing but a lot times players become “cluttered” with their false movement and clog up driving lanes. As you put in plays continue to preach spacing.
4 and 5 downscreen for 2 and 3. 2 comes off 4 high. 3 empties to corner. PG hits 2.
5 sprints up and flares for PG to the wing. 2 looks to hit PG if wide open.
If 2 hits PG and doesn't have a shot then 5 turns quick into a side ballscreen.
If 2 doesn't hit PG then 5 continues on to set a high ballscreen for 2. 2 attacks the ballscreen.
5 rolls and 4 fills behind looking for a shot or high low to 5
If 4 doesn't have a shot or pass to 5 he swings to 3 and follows for a side ballscreen
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