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When defenses have tried to deny passes to the perimeter, we've run this play to get them to back-off with their pressure. The 4 man must be able to get open at the elbow and deliever a good pass to the back-cutting 2 man once he catches. Finally, the dribble handoff allows the point guard and the 4 man to make a play on the open side of the floor.
1 passes to 2 on wing and cuts to opposite corner. 4 steps to top of key to receive pass back from 2.
4 enters a dribble handoff with 3. 5 sets a ball screen for 3 immediately following the handoff. 2 spots up in corner. 5 rolls.
3 starts to cut back door, then comes back to high post. 1 hits 3 while 4 replaces 3, then cuts off of 3 looking for a handoff.
3 kicks out to 2 on the wing who looks for 5 in the post.
1 turns around and comes back to screen for 3, who comes off that screen to lane screen for 5. 2 passes to 1 shaping up in high post and looks for 5 on the other side of 3's screen. 4 spaces to corner.
2 then flare screens for 3 while 5 back screens for 4. 1 can hit 3 or 4 for a shot.
Transition plays can be a great chance for your team to get easy buckets. If you can get your whole team down and into your offense before the defense gets set this provides a great chance to score. Make sure that if there isn’t a good look off of the transition play pull it out and run offense, don’t need to force up a bad shot. Attack off of the ball screen and get into the paint to create for your team. This play is from the 2007-2008 Chicago Bulls season.
This zone quick hitter from the NHSBCA Playbook comes straight from the opening play in Team USA's 2012 Olympic Gold Medal win vs Spain. Spain came out in a 3-2 zone and Team USA ran this set to get a layup.
The idea of this play is dribble the ball at your teammate and get your defender to help up on the hand off. This will make your defender out of place and when he gets back screened he wont be able to recover in time and the man that handed the ball off has a wide open layup.
Here is a 2nd quick hitter in the IBCA Playbook from a Chin Series by Rich Czeslawski at Crystal Lake Central HS. This play can be run as a counter to Chin 51 Kick when the guard to wing pass is denied.