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To open the second half against Louisville, John Beilein ran a nice counter out of their normal wide pindown set. Instead of setting the pindown for the 3 man in the corner, he slips it and receives a backscreen from the 2 man in the paint. The key here is the pass back from 4 to 1 to time with the backscreen from 2.
1 passes to 4 and fills in the corner, 2 cuts backdoor to the block.
5 sets the wide pindown for 3 and slips to the rim, 2 sets a backscreen for him.
4 hits 1 who passes to 5 for a layup.