Fred Hoiberg has turned Iowa State into a fast-paced offensive machine, akin to the Warriors in the NBA. The Iowa State Cyclones offense is predicated upon fast tempo, unselfish ball movement, three-point shooting, and positional versatility. PerNCAA.com, Hoiberg’s squad sits at 11th in the nation in scoring offense and 11th in field goal percentage. According to Ken Pomeroy, Iowa State plays at the 13th fastest pace in the country and ranks eighth in the nation in offensive efficiency. The efficiency stems from the infectious ball movement instilled by Hoiberg, reflected by the team’s second best assist per game average in the country. When the Cyclones click on all cylinders, they look like a team destined for a deep run in March.
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4 sets a high ball-screen for 1.
At the same time, 2 moves in from the corner to set a cross screen for 5.
1 looks to hit 5 at the basket.
If 5 isn't open, 1 looks to pass to 2 cutting up off of a down screen from 4.
1 passes to 4 at the elbow and then cuts to the wing.
4 passes back to 1.
3 moves inside of the 3 point line.
After passing to 1, 4 screens for 3.
3 loops around 4 looking for a quick pass.
If 3 isn't open, he continues to cut across the lane and sets a screen for 5.
5 cuts to the low post.
1 looks to pass to 5 for the score.
4 then sets a screen for 3 who cuts up for a shot.
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