The key to this basketball play is timing and setting good screens. By making the defense focus on the hand off and rub screen action you soften up the defense and keep them from being able to help the way they should on the double screen. This is a good basketball play because it has multiple screening options. Get the defense to focus on the hand off and brush screen action to draw attention away from the double screen on the baseline for the shooter. This play is from Jeff B. Davis Community College 2011-2012 season.
1. 4 pops out to the wing, 1 passes to 4.
2. 1 cuts over and receives a hand off from 4.
Option 1 - 1 creates his own shot off of the hand off.
1. 3 cuts to the top of the key. 4 cuts towards three and sets him a rub screen. 3 cuts off of 4's screen to the hoop.
Option 1 - 1 passes to 3 for a lay up.
2. 4 pops out to the top of the key. 1 passes to 4.
1. 2 sets his defender up, like he is going to cut off of 5's pin down. 2 then cuts off of 3 & 1's double screen to the wing.
Option 1 - 4 passes to 2 for a three point shot.
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