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Here is a quick hitting BLOB set that one of our opponents ran against us two seasons ago. If the shooter does not have the open shot in the opposite corner coming off the double screens, he can then look inside for a post entry.
Georgetown ran this 4 around 1 set throughout their Round 2 matchup with Eastern Washington. The Hoyas used several different variations of the set utilizing the similar setup but unpredictable result. The action pictured is the base set. Dribble handoffs, double screens, flare screens, and back screens were all used out of this based set. Georgetown uses a 4 out 1 in look almost every possession and can run this set with interchangeable perimeter players.
A way to get more double screens and flare screens into a flex-style continuity offense. Passes trigger actions by following these rules:
Rule: Any pass from high elbow to wing triggers a double screen away!
Rule: Any pass from wing to high elbow triggers a weakside flare screen!
Rule: Any high elbow to high elbow pass triggers the flex & flare action!
ANYTIME you set a backscreen for a flex cutter, you immediately arc wide and flare screen for the high elbow
This is a great play in transition or as a set play. 1 passes ahead and screen for 5 and come high off 4's down screen. Ball reversed from 2 to 1 as 4 bac screens for 3 for lob. Last option is 3 using double screens from 2 and 5 for shot.
We use these drills to prepare for "floppy" actions - a double screen and single screen, double screens, and backdoor looks. Players need to identify these looks and be prepared on how to defend these actions
This can be run as a play to end the half, game, or to get an open three anytime. 1 makes UCLA cut to the basket. He stops inside the block and cuts up the middle of the floor to catch and shoot a three. 3 and 5 set double screens and "close the door" and free him for a shot. Give it a try!
Use this last second SLOB to try and get something going to the rim. The play is designed for 5 at the rim, but with such little time on the clock, your team should probably take the first decent look it gets.