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This half-court post isolation set was added to the NHSBCA Playbook by Winning Hoops and comes from Coach Marty Gaughan at Benet Academy in Lisle, IL. Use this stack set for options to work the ball to a post player on both sides of the lane.
Any good play is going to have counters to help keep the defense honest. This play has several different counters and they can either be set up in a play call or your players can just make the read during the game. If you see that a certain player is being over played or the defense is keying towards something then you can make the call as well.
Anytime you can get the defense shifted and trying to catch up before you come off a ball screen the better chance you will have of a successful play. The reason for this is because the big man’s defender will be late showing on the ball screen and the help defense won’t be set.
This is great for a player with a size or strength mismatch on his defender. If you can’t get the ball on the block right away look to the high post for the post feed. Don’t go away from the post up too quickly. The deeper the catch the easier it will be to finish the play. Don’t make the post man wait on the ball, give it to him right when he is open.