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This SLOB was one of the only bright spots for the Kansas Jayhwaks in their national championship matchup against the Villanova Wildcast. This set can get you a look from 3 or a slip on x5's show on the shooter. This SLOB can easily start as a box if you're into disguising all your OOBs with the same setup.
Pass to either wing after set-up game to 1-4.
Ball side post screens away for the other post and has two options:
1. Curl to block and screener snaps back to top of key for ball reversal.
Option 2: Ball side post player slips screen and dives to block. Weak side post player flashes to top of key.
Ready for offense
1 dribbles to the wing and looks for a backdoor cut from 3.
3 sets a backscreen for 5 to post up and get the ball from 1.
Upon post entry, 3 sets a backscreen for 1 who sets a crl screen for 2.
1 will sprint off of a screen by 3.
2 sprints off of double screen while 1 uses single screen toward the weak side.
5 crosss creens 4 toward block.
2 gets ball from 3 and enters to 4 in post.
2 uses flare screen from 3 toward top of key where 4 looks to skip ball for shot.
A set for KD to use either screen to score after the point guard cuts through.
KD will either use the down screen or cross screen in an area where the defense can't switch onto him.
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