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#4 sets a down screen for #5
#3 sets a back screen for #2 and pops to the wing
#2 sets a cross screen for #4
#5 and #1 set a double screen ("blast") for #2
#3 passes to #2
#5 sets a flare screen for #1
Great horns set that is incredibly hard to defend, especially for X3 who has to defend a screen, DHO, and on ball screen. Play is designed to get 4/5 in a high low situation with shooters spacing the floor.
Laboral Kutxa ran this set against Real Madrid in their Euroleague round of 16 game Friday night.
Starts with a "modified" Horns entry with a wing DHO into a SPNR
The shuffle screen is set as a "decoy" for the double stagger action which takes place after the SPNR
As the shooter comes off the double, with no shot available, the ball side Post steps out to Pick "n" Pop into a 3 pt shot
This is another way to get into the pinch post offense. Instead of both weak side cutters going, a staggered screen is set for the weak side guard getting the players into the same formation as SFA's regular offense.
Wisconsin ran this play two times in a row to take the lead over Wisconsin midway into the second half of their NCAA tournament game against Pittsburgh. This is a nice post up set because the man guarding the post-up player has to guard some action prior to the initial post up, making for a better scoring opportunity.
This is a stagger option out of Virginia's motion offense. Instead of the typicle fade/cross screen combo, two players join for a staggered screen and then a single double action is created for the shooter.
Yale used this play against Dartmouth in the Ivy League. Yale does a great job of moving the ball to get an open shot or drive. This play opens up the post passing lane by occupying the weak side.