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1 passes to 2 and cuts to oppposite corner.
2 dribbles at 4 as 4 cuts back door and out to corner.
3 screens for 5 as 1 elevates to receive pass from 2 on wing.
2 pins down to screen the screener. 3 cuts to top of key. 1 can hit 5 in post or 3 for the shot.
This is a play that we like to run out of our secondary offense to provide a post-up opportunity for our 4 man and a stagger screen for our best shooter. This play could also serve as a set, if you want to specifically get a post touch or 3, otherwise, it serves as good secondary movement into your motion offense.
This is a set that is very effective when you have a 4 man with the ability to post up and play with his back to the basket. We've had the most success with this play when we run it all the way through, getting to the screen-the-screener action. If 4 initially posts-up aggressive after he downscreen for 3, he'll be more open when 1 will screen for him.
"Slice" is an NBA term for a shuffle cut action. This is an action that is popular with several international teams. The Turkish National Team ran this during the 2010 FIBA World Championships.
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.
1 passes to 4 and loops around 5 in the post trying to help 5 gain position. 4 dribbles at 2 and delivers a pass to the wing.
2 is looking to feed 5 with improved position. 3 and 4 set a staggered screen for 1 on the weak side.