This may not be the most innovative set, but it is the essence of good offense: get your best player the ball in spots where he/she can be effective.
Duke will flash Reddish or Williamson to the elbow extended area and space off of him. They are trusting in their decision making, but also trusting that regardless of the defense knowing exactly what is coming they will find a way.
The worst thing you can do to elite players is neutralize their skill by running them through aimless sets. As quickly as possible, get your best player the ball in their spot.
For those of us that don't have 5 lottery picks on our roster, I added a wrinkle to the last frame that might serve you well with some split action around the catch.
On the FMS Blog: NCAA Preseason Top 25 XsOs - Teams 1-5
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