I saw Bill Self run this a few years ago against a triangle and two and it has been in my playbook ever since. It has the same concepts as "3-low" from my previous post on attacking a box and 1 . The initial set up is a double stack low with one perimeter player being guarded man to man with the ball, and the other man to man player on the right block. Post players are positioned at both blocks and other guard not being played man to man on the left block. The play is initiated by a double screen low for the unguarded guard to go baseline and look to receive a pass for a shot. After screening the guarded player then clears out to the weak side elbow area. The ball side post player immediately screens the weak side zone defender for a baseline bounce pass while the screener flashes back to middle of the zone. The point guard then screens away for the other guarded player or they can cut through and exchange. On ball reversal, the guard comes off two baseline screens and looks to receive a pass along the baseline and the strong side post screens away and flashes back to the middle and the continuity continues.
3 and 1 are being guarded M2M. Double Stack Low Alignment
2 comes off baseline double screen by 3 and 4. After screening 3 man comes to top of key for two guard front.
2 man pops to shooting range or open area. If low man of triangle comes out 4 man screens weakside bottom defender. 2 looks for either 5 man low or 4 man rolling back to the ball.
1 can screen away or pop to get open and action will continue to the other side
4 and 5 screen bottom defenders of triangle and looks for same options.
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