This Post Up, from Coach Lee DeForest at Basketball Coaches Club, and is a quick hitter out of the Princeton Offense. For more on the complete Princeton Offense, get Coach DeForest's e-book, 'Winning with the Princeton Offense Basketball Guide,' (created with FastDraw). Follow @coachdeforest on Twitter.
Frame 1 - Chin set begins with a dribble weave on the strongside between the 1 and the 3. 3 takes the handoff and dribbles back to the guard position. On the weakside, the 2 and the 4 exchange. The post fills the strongside elbow
Frame 2 - Now this is similar to the basic Chin set, but the 3 cuts to the block this time and 5 gets set above the 3 on the blocks. 4 replaces to the top of the key.
Frame 3 - The 1 swings the ball to the 4 then to the 2. COACHES POINT: Obviously this is a good time to set up a one on one for the 2. There are two built in weakside rebounders. The 2 can also cut hard backdoor if denied.
Frame 4 - On the pass to the 2 on the wing, the 1 will cut over or under the double flex screen for the shot. On this cut, the 5 will screen along with the the 4 a double stagger down screen for the 3 to the top of the key. The three point shot will be open for the 3.
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