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Today’s Play of the Day comes from the Ohio State Buckeyes during their 2012 NCAA Men’s Tournament run. This simple box set gives several options to enter the ball to the post.
- Frame 1: 1 dribbles right as 2 diagonal screens for 4 and 3 spaces to corner. 1 can pass to 4 in post if open.
- Frame 2: 2 and 5 set a staggered screen for 3 curling to basket as 4 spaces to corner. 1 can hit 3 if open.
- Frame 3: 5 screens the screener for 2. 1 passes to 2 for the shot.
- Frame 4: If 2 does not have the shot, 5 buries defender in paint and 2 passes to 5.
This is a half-court set from Louisville in the 2012 NCAA Men’s Tournament. Louisville used this particular set quite often during their Final Four run.
- Frame 1: 2 cuts off of 4 and 5 setting an elbow double screen for 3. 3 receives pass from 1.
- Frame 2: 4 and 5 set a staggered screen for 2 cutting back to ballside wing to receive pass from 3. 1 relocates to weakside wing.
- Frame 3: 5 rolls to low post and receives post entry from 2.
- Frame 4: If 5 does not score in the post, 2 screens for 3 and 5 kicks out to 3 as 4 flashes to the high post. 3 looks to shoot or hit 4 in the high post for a shot or high-low pass to 5.
Use this set to pound the ball in to a dominant post player, or take advantage of a defense that is keying on that player.
- 4 and 5 set a staggered ball screen for 1. 3 spaces to corner.
- 5 rolls as 2 cuts to the top. 4 flares to the wing after setting the ball screen and receives a pass from 1.
- 4 feeds 5 in the post.
- If 5 doesn’t have an advantage, 1 sets a back screen for 2. 5 can hit 2 for the backdoor layup, or 4 bumping the basket cut for a shot.
This is a half-court set run by North Carolina in the 2012 NCAA Men’s Tournament. This box set utilizes spacing and quick ball movement to create scoring opportunities.
- 5 steps out to wing to receive pass from 1. 1 pins down for 4 to the top of key. 2 flashes across the lane and 3 spaces to corner.
- 5 swings to 4, 4 reverses to 1.
- 2 sets a back screen for 5 looping to ball side post. 1 can hit 5 if open.
- 4 pins down for 2, who catches the pass from 1 at the top and looks for 4 rolling down the lane.
is a 1-4 High set use by Saint Louis in the 2012 NCAA Tournament. The Billikens used this half-court set to get a dribble handoff over the top for a dribble penetration layup..
- 4 steps out to receive pass from 1.
- 5 back screens for 1 to corner. 4 can hit 1 if open, otherwise 5 shapes up to receive pass.
- 3 and 4 set a staggered screen for 1, who receives a dribble handoff from 5.
- 1 attacks the rim looking to score, hit 5 on the roll, or kick to 2 spotted up.
This is a half-court set run by Michigan State in the 2012 NCAA Men’s Tournament. This double floppy action sets up a post feed for the big to score or dump opposite to a partner.
- Frame 1: 5 pins in for 2 to the wing. 3 loops around 4.
- Frame 2: 4 steps out to receive pass from 1. 3 screens for 5, who loops under the basket.
- Frame 3: 5 receives post feed from 4. 5 should score if open
- Frame 4: If the defense doubles down on 5, 3 should be open for the quick dump down.
It uses a dribble handoff looking for an easy basket, then attacks over the top with weak side shot opportunities.
- Frame 1: 4 screens for 3 who receives pass from 1. 5 screens for 1 to the basket. 3 can hit 1 if open.
- Frame 2: 5 shapes up after screen to receive pass from 3. 1 clears to corner.
- Frame 3: 1 and 4 elevate while 3 loops to corner. While this action occurs, 5 dribbles at 2 for a dribble handoff.
- Frame 4: 2 curls the handoff tight and attacks over the top. 2 can hit 5 on the roll or skip to a shooter spotted up on the weak side.
‘Shotgun Dunk’ from the Pride of Iowa Senior All-Star game.
- 5 sets up as the ‘long snapper’ with 1 as the QB in shotgun formation. 3 goes ‘in motion’ right.
- 3 runs a post pattern as 1 rolls out left to deliver the alley oop pass.
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This diagram was credited in the newsletter as being from:
Brad McGhee, Head Boys Coach Liberty High School, Mountain View, Mo.
DIAGRAM 1: From a box set, 1 makes a dribble entry to the right side of the floor. As 1 dribbles, 5 breaks
down the lane line and sets a down screen for 2. 2 uses the screen and pops to the top of the key.
DIAGRAM 2: 1 passes the ball to 2. As the pass arrives, 4 quickly slides over and sets an on-the-ball screen
for 2. 2 can either look for the shot or make an entry pass in to 5 posting up on the low block.
DIAGRAM 3: If no shot opportunity was available, 2 uses 4’s screen and dribbles to the left side of the floor. 3
slides across the lane and sets a cross-screen for 5. 5 cuts under the screen and posts up on the opposite
DIAGRAM 4: 2 looks to make an entry pass into 5 on the low block. 3 breaks up from the baseline, using a
double-screen set by 4 and 1 at the weak-side elbow and cuts to the top. If 2 can’t get the pass in to 5, he or
she looks for 3 for a 3-point shot at the top.
- Frame 1 – Wings must be high (hash mark was a good point of reference). Spacing is key. We start any action by passing to the wing or post on either side.
- Frame 2 – On a pass to the wing, 4 and 5 work up and down the lane, and sometimes cross. In this action the 4 back screens for 1 cutting to the basket. If open, 1 should call for the ball by putting a hand up. 5 is looking to pin the defender for a quick post up.
- Frame 3 – If 1 and 5 are not open, 2 swings the ball to 4 at the top. As that pass occurs, 1 cuts to the wing and sets a lane screen for 5.
- Frame 4 – 4 quickly reverses the ball to 1 who looks inside for 5 coming off of the lane screen and posting up. All of these passes must be quick and precise (no bounce passes!).
1 – 4 high across to begin.
#1 takes it on the dribble towards #2 on the right wing.
direction and find #2’s defender for a double screen or a double staggered screen.
Note : #2 will not start his cut until #3 dribbles off the ball screen.
After making the throw back , #3 can screen down or screen away.#2 may have a shot opportunity or an opportunity the feed the low post.
#1 enters the ball to #2 and runs a “rub cut” of f the back screen set by #4.
If #1 is open on the cut , #2 can get him the ball.
#5 and #3 move down to set a double screen at the back side block.
After #1 cuts past , #4 steps out and sets a ball screen for #2.
#2 drives the middle and #1 cuts around the double screen on the back side.
If #2 is open on his drive , he may have a shot in the lane. As soon as #1 cuts past the double screen, #3 and #5 move to set a second double screen for #4.
#2 will look for #4 rolling to the rim off the double screen , or he can feed #1 on the wing.