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Belmont trailed by 1, with 20 seconds left, in their first round match-up with Maryland. Coach Byrd decided to hold for one shot, and ran the counter to their "Panic Backdoor set." It is a great late clock action, but the ball pressure led to a deflection. It is worth having in your back pocket as a pressure release at the end of games.
4 sets a high pick and pop for 1
5 flashes across the lane
1 stretch dribbles and jump stops
2 sprints up for a fake DHO
3 sprints to ball side corner
5 lifts to the ball
On a pivot from 1, 4 back cuts
Before You Criticize Rick Byrd | Breakdown | Belmont's Panic & Reverse Set pic.twitter.com/WxhZKNAvrI— Half Court Hoops (@HalfCourtHoops) March 21, 2019
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