1. 1 & 2 play in the passing lanes to force a bounce or lob pass.
2. 3 & 4 set up with there back to the corner.
3. If 3 or 4 are covering the low post or baseline runner on drop to the basket as far as necessary.
4. 5 denys any high post pass. Go as high as needed.
5. 5 is not responsible for lobs over the top to the basket.
1. Play the passing lanes to the wing.
2. Fake traps and drop into passing lanes.
3. On a pass to the wing, 2 turns to play the passing lane.
4. On the pass to the wing, 1 covers the high post on the high side only going as deep as necessary.
1. On the pass back to point, 1 loops back to original spot.
2. 2 turns to play the passing lane.
** 1 must resist running to the ball and run to the passing lane.
On a pass to corner from the wing all players must shift hard.
1. 1 drops to cover the weakside lane.
2. 2 covers the high post.
Players read the shoulders to try and determine and prepair for the next pass.
3. On a pass back to the wing 2 would slow the ball and 1 would recover to the high post.
1. The position themselves with their backs to the corner splitting the players of the wing and post.
2. 3 & 4 must steal lob passes from the top.
3. The deeper the ball is on the floor by the point guard the deeper the forwards must be to the low post.
1. On a pass to the wing the strongside forward positions himself in line within the passing lane to the corner.
2. The weakside forward moves to the baseline to take any lobs to the low post.
3. The weakside forward must also be ready for the skip pass.
These diagrams represent priciples presented by Matt Bollant at the 2015 Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Coaches Clinic.
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