Please enter the email address for your account. If we have this on file, we will send an email containing a code that you will enter on the next page.
An email has been sent to the email address below. Please open it and follow the instructions contained within to reset your password. Once you have reset your password, you can return to the login screen to retrieve your renewal information.
1 can enter the ball to either wing, in this case the 2. 3 begins cut across the lane. Throughout this play, 5 must work to get the ball so that the defender cannot offer help.
After 1's pass to 2, 2 screens down for the opposite post 4, who steps high to receive the return pass from 2. 3 continues through the lane and locates X2 to set the back pick.
4 reverses the ball immediately to 1 who has broken out to the wing after holding the screen on X4. 3 screens for 2, who makes a flex cut to the block, looking for the layup. Again, depending on the game situation, we will take the layup if open unless we must have a three point shot.
After 2 has cut through the lane, 5 and 4 set a staggered double screen for the screener, 3, who comes to the top of the key. 1 passes to 3 for the open three point shot. If x4 shows off the double screen, 4 should slip to the front of the rim. 2 should widen to the arc if the layup isn't there.
1 hits 4 at elbow. 3 cuts opposite, 2 cuts over top, hesitating in the middle, wrapping around 5 cutting hard to the rim. 5 pins on 2.
1. Hit 2 for lay-up
2. If X3 sags off to help on the 2, throw to corner for open three pointer)
3. Hit 5 on the slip after the pin down
4. Hit 2 coming off the pin down for a shot.
Off Option 4: If shot is not open, sprint 4 into a pick and pop. 5 ducks in. 1 and 3 spot up.
Today's "Play of the Day" was run by the Atlanta Hawks in last year's playoffs. It puts stress on the defense to decide whether to help on a shooter and risk giving up a post slip, or play straight up.
We use these actions to prepare for teams that use 1-4 High sets. Teams in our area run "butt screens", screen the screener looks with down screens and flare screens. This is a good drill for coaches to specifiy how they want to defend these actions commonly seen in games.