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A handoff followed by a ball screen is basically a double ball screen but it helps to get the player the ball even if they are being denied. Come off the ball screen and look to make a play for your yourself or a teammate. On the handoff dribble right at the wings defender and try to screen him as you hand the ball off. Wing needs to take a good angle to come off the handoff and ball screen, look to turn the corner on the ball screen if you can. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.
When you are looking to get your best player a shot and he doesn’t handle the ball that well himself it is important to set multiple screens to help him get open. The double stack screeners need to set a good solid screen and the shooter needs to read if the defender is going to go under or over the screens. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.
A misdirection look to get the ball inside. 1 has to be a tough player to go and dig out the 5 man on the cross screen. 1's defender goes from chasing a back screen to helping on a cross screen. Can finish into a STS action.