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1 passes to 4 and cuts to high post
4 dribbles right and passes to 2 on wing.
1 sets UCLA screen for 4 who sets up screen for 5.
2 hits 1 shaping up as 5 curls around 4's screen. 1 hits 5 who can score or kick out to 3 for the shot.
Today's FastDraw Play of the Day is the last in a series of baseline out of bounds plays from a box set that work the ball inside to a designated player after intial scoring options are not open.
3 starts to cut back door, then comes back to high post. 1 hits 3 while 4 replaces 3, then cuts off of 3 looking for a handoff.
3 kicks out to 2 on the wing who looks for 5 in the post.
1 turns around and comes back to screen for 3, who comes off that screen to lane screen for 5. 2 passes to 1 shaping up in high post and looks for 5 on the other side of 3's screen. 4 spaces to corner.
2 then flare screens for 3 while 5 back screens for 4. 1 can hit 3 or 4 for a shot.
1 passes to 4. 5 and 3 set a staggered screen for 2. After screening, 5 flashes to high post to receive pass from 4.
3 flashes to high post. 5 hits 3 and cuts to basket. 3 hits 5 on the cut or posting up.
This sideline out of bounds set is something that we like to run because it provides an opporunity for our best penetrator and ball-handler to attack off the bounce to an open side. Having a 4 man that can shoot it from the perimeter helps stretch the defense and opens up the lane for 5 to duck-in at the rim. We've used the stagger screen as false-movement to occupy the defense, but it could also be a beneficial scoring option.