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This is a secondary break play that can be run for a team who has only the point guard who can effective use ball screens. It is a double backdoor that goes into a side pick and roll.
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The Arizona Wildcats ran this play in their victory against the Oregon Ducks.
Executing the DHO out of Transition, the Wildcats use good ball & player movement to create multiple scoring opportunities.
The exchange at the end of the play between Johnson & Tarczewski is a credit to how well coached Sean Miller's team is, being able to quickly read the defense and take advantage of what is given.
Mike Hart, Head Boys Basketball Coach at St. Andrew's Academy in Providence, RI, showed this early offense primary break set out of a free throw situation at the Aspire to Inspire clinic in Pawtucket, RI on 8-24-13.
This play can be used as early offense or late in a game when you need to have a solid offensive possession. it is designed to create movement inside and then have your wing "slasher" receive a back screen.
This Arizona Wildcats Set Play vs M2M uses two sets of staggered screens to get either the 1 or the 2 man a good look at an open jumper, gives the 5 man a chance to operate inside, and incorporates good movement & replace action on the inside pass, forcing the defense into decisions on how to guard.
Sean Miller's Wildcats team is exciting to watch and will certainly be one of the top seeds come NCAA Tournament time.
Anthony Grant ran this hand-off pick & roll play while he was the head coach at VCU. As 3 comes off the pick he has multiple options of attack:
Get to the rim or pull-up jumper
Hit 5 rolling to the rim
If X1 sags in the lane to take away 5, throwback to 1
Drive and kick to 4 (or 2).
Here is a set that Evansville ran early in their game vs. Whichita State to get their offense started. More often than not, x4 will help hard on the 2's curl and 5 will have great angle to flare 4 for a jump shot. Another possibility is looking for 5 slipping the flare screen.
Here is a set that the sixers run often to get their possesions started with a few good looks at the basket. The key to this play is the 2 settin a sound back screen on the 4 man. This will force his man to help on the cut and enable the 5 to have a good angle to screen 2's man. A great simple option to get the ball to your best player.
Santa Clara plays in the WCC and Head Coach Kerry Keating has done a good job of revitalizing Broncos basketball. They achieved 24+ wins for the second time in 3 years in 2012-13.
In their WCC match-up with BYU on Thursday night, they ran this Secondary Action which incorporates the use of a double staggered screen & the shuffle screen. There is a lot of player and ball movement in this set forcing the defense to react quickly.
Taking advantage of the long hedge at the end of this play, the Bronocs were able to jump out to an early lead on the 3 pt play.
An option out of the Carolina break. If the ball can't be reversed to the trailer the pg can use the trailer as a screener and set up a 2 man game on one side of the floor with a stagger on the weak side of the floor. When running secondary breaks it helps to be able to run offense from both sides of the floor.
Head Coach Jamie Dixon of Pittsburg has built a consistent winner. This season they're 17-2 and 12-0 at home where the Panthers during Dixon's tenure have been nearly unbeatable.
This Secondary Action is just one example of the great tactician Dixon is as it incorporates a lot of movement, use of screens and relies on the players to read the defense in order to take good shots.
The Panthers have moved into the ACC this season and so far, have maintained the level of success they've become use to.
John Calipari has proven too be a master at running sets for his players to get the best shots in the best positions on the floor.
This easy to run Transition Set utilizes the elbow screen to free up the trailing post for an open ball side cut and possible quick pass.
When the quick pass isn't there, on ball reversal, the Wildcats revert back to their DDM Offense with the 3 Side Middle Penetration looking to Rack It!