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Utilizing the bigs ability to score and handle the ball, this Elbow set has worked well for Middle Tennessee State throughout the season. After passing to the elbow, guards cut off and look to get a hand off back to score.
This is what Middle Tennessee runs behind what they run. Any set that is run, or does not create a scoring chance typically flows right into this or they can get into this quickly with multiple scoring options off of it. When run all the way through you can have an option for a backdoor, dribble hand off, duck in off ball reversal, and then the triangle corner pick and roll action.
Butler ran this set when they needed a score against Texas Tech in their first round matchup of the NCAA Tournament. Designed for a stretch 4 to catch and go, the big man sealing really makes this play work.