This week I am going to share a series of plays that begin with rhody cuts. I term a rhody cut a cut from wing to wing above both elbows, usually off a screen or rub from one or both bigs. Some may refer to this action as an Iverson cut.
This first action is a simple one without a lot of moment that gives your point guard a rim attack. If X4 of X2 sinks down to prevent the lay-up, look to skip to the opposite corner to 2.
As 1 dribbles at 2, 2 rhody cuts over the top as 3 starts a baseline cut before shooting up the lane. 5 then steps up and sets a step up pick & pop for 1. 2 relocates to the corner as a catch & shoot option.
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