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In this diagram and embedded video we are looking at an entry into the flex offense. This is a methodical continuity set, aimed at getting the defense to slip up on defending screens off the ball. I like all the cutting, screening and movement. I think it limits penetration opportunities to a certain extent, and makes your players a bit robotic running the pattern. But time has proven, the flex offense can be very effective, especially at the high school level.
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Horns layout where the bigs start at the top but with flex screen and stagger screen it creates a lot of options. Great for a good shooter. The shooter seizes the opportunity when the focus is on the top.
Coach Zeljko Obradovic ran this effective play at the start of the game. Flex Action with a back screen to confuse the defense and if they can't attack from the back screen then top pnr action. Video clip below.
The Liberty have run this a few times in 2022, including a variation in which the guard receives a screen rather than setting the rip screen. The 1/2/3 are all interchangable as long as they can shoot, and 4/5 are pretty interchangable as well.