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Another Quick Hit for those immersed in March Madness and want to add a little wrinkle to their playbooks for the stretch run. Great set we like that if it doesn't prove to be fruitful will take us to our continuity offense we run.
March Madness is upon us and with tournaments all over the country taking place, here's a great chance to add some quick hits. I will take the month of March to add to your libraries for those situations.
UCF head coach Donnie Jones drew up this play at the end of their game versus Rutgers Wednesday night to give them the lead, and ultimately the win. Jones put the ball in the hands of his best player Isaiah Sykes (2) to create off the ball screen and Sykes did just that. He exploded off the pick & roll and the defense became so occupied by the double screen action, Sykes was able to get to the rim for an uncontested lay-up.
The option in this play is for 1 along the baseline. Using a dribble drag, 3 takes the ball to the top of the key as 1 cuts to the right block. At this time, 4 and 5 sets baseline screens for 1 for open jump shot.