One of the harder actions to negate at the recent FIBA U17 World Championships was Bosnia & Herzegovina's cross screen, down screen into middle on ball action which they ran for thier leading player Dzanan Musa.
The action allows multiple scoring opportunities for Musa while engaging weakside defenders and allowing the best chance for penetration to a score or kick out 3.
We met Bosnia & Herzegovina in the round of 16 and spent a lot of time ensuring we could negate this action. As the game showed they were still able to create positive shots out of this action, even against a heavy scout.
O1 passes to O4
O3 spaces to diagonal spot weakside
O1 then receives handoff from O4, O4 spaces to top of key
O5 sets cross screen for O2 (Musa) and opens up in the middle of the key
O4 sets down screen for O2 (Musa) to receive pass from O1
As O2 receives the pass O5 come to Middle on ball screen
O3 spaces to Drift position
AS O2 (Musa) uses the middle on ball, O4 sets flare screen for O1 and spaces outside the 3
O5 dives off middle OB
O3 spaces in Drift
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