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On Away, 1 advances the ball to the 2. He will then begin to cut away from the ball.
As 4 fills the spot vacated by 1, 2 reverses the ball to 4. 5 screens away for 3. 3 must take his man low and flex cut HIGH over the 5. As soon a 3 cuts over 5, 5 ducks back into the middle of the lane. The primary look on this play is the 5 as he ducks in. 3 should get the ball if open first.
If 5 is not open on the duck in, 2 should screen in for 3. 4 then passes the ball to 3 on the wing.
2 screens across the lane for 5. 3's first look is to 5 in the post. After 2 screens acroos for 5, 1 and the 4 set a staggered double screen for 2. 3 should then look to 2 for the three point shot.
Up X can be run either way. In our diagram, 1 dribbles to the right lane line extended. 4 L cuts and steps out to receive the pass from 1.
1 cuts off 5's UCLA screen to the rim. 4 passes to 1 if open. If 1 is not open, the ball is passed to 5, the screener, right away.
After 4 passes to 5, he fakes a screen away for 3. 1 steps out and sets a back pick for 2. 5 should pass to 2 if open for a layup. Usually 2 is not open. The ball should be passed immediately from 5 to 1.
2 continues his cut across the lane and back picks for 4, who cuts to the ball side block for a layup. As 2 sets the screen for 4, 5 screens down on X2. 2 then comes off 5's screen to the top of the key for a three point shot. 3 must cut away to occupy his weak side defender. 1 passes to 4 for the layup or 2 for the three point shot.
In our initial secondary break, 1 chooses to run the right or left lane line and looks to advance the ball down the floor to the 2 or 3 for an easy layup. If 2 or 3 are not open, 1 should look to the post (4 or 5) who has run to the front of the rim. If the ball cannot be entered there, 1 will reverse to the trail post (4 or 5) who immediately reverses the ball to 3.
Once the 3 has the ball, he looks to feed the post for a layup. If that is not available, 3 reverses the ball to the 2 who has come off a staggered double screen by 1 and 4. 2 is looking for the three point scoring opportunity.
If 2 does not shoot the three point shot, 4 may step out for ball reversal or set a downscreen for 1 which will get us into the majority of our offensive sets/series that we run.
With 1 now in possession of the ball, we are able to go to our motion, flex, or fist series' as well as any of our specials. In this diagram, we will run 2 through to the right side and be able to run any of our specials from a 1-4 high set.
Lion is another of our 1-4 high plays. 1 can enter the ball to either wing, in this case the 2. 3 begins his cut across the lane. Throughout this play, 5 must work to get the ball so that his defender cannot help off of him.
After 1's pass to 2, he screens down for the opposite post 4, who steps high to receive the return pass from 2. 3 continues through the lane and locates X2 as he prepares to set the back pick.
4 reverses the ball immediately to 1 who has broken out to the wing after holding his screen on X4. 3 screens for 2, who makes a flex cut to the block, looking for the layup. Again, depending on the game situation, we will take the layup if open unless we must have a three point shot.
After 2 has cut through the lane, 5 and 4 set a staggered double screen for the screener, 3, who comes to the top of the key. 1 passes to 3 for the open three point shot. As with Charger, if x4 shows off the double screen, 4 should slip to the front of the rim. 2 should widen to the stripe if he does not receive the pass for a layup.
1 passes to 2 and cuts to corner. 4 ducks in lane and flashes to high post. 2 passes to 4 on the flash.
4 reverses to 3 and sets a staggered screen with 2 for 1. 5 duscks into the lane. 3 can hit 1 or 5.
1 passes to 2 and cuts to corner.
5 steps out to receive pass back from 2. 3 cuts high to receive reversal pass from 5.
4 back screens for 2.
4 and 5 set a staggered screen for 1. 3 can hit 2 in the post or 1 for the shot.
On our "Carolina" secondary break, we want to reverse the ball from 1 to 4 to 3 as quickly as possible, just as we have done in our "Regular" break.
3 still looks to feed the post - 5. However, instead of the 2 coming off the staggered double screen as he does on our "Regular" break, he will come up and set a backpick on 4's man. 5 must post up hard, wanting the ball. 1 must cut up high to the ball side to pull his defender away from help.
If 4 is not open for the backpick lob, 3 should look immediately to 2 at the elbow. As 2 catches at the elbow, 4 should screen across the lane for 5, who MUST come underneath 4's screen. 2 looks to 5 on the weak block or back to the screener - 4, who screens and steps to the ball.
If 2 is unable to pass the ball to 5 or 4, he can simply pass the ball to 1 and move to the right wing to create floor balance and we can begin our offensive possession from there.