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1 passes to wing to set up UCLA Screen
5 then ball screens for 2 and rolls to the block as 1 goes to the rim as if to use a double from 3 and 4.
1 twists back off of 5's screen on the block. 4 flashes to elbow, 3 cuts to corner.
2 looks for 5 on seal, then 1 off 5's screen. 1 can shoot, drive or pass to 5 in the post.
Today we introduce you to the "Gaggle" Screen, where the 2nd screener in a staggered double slips the screen, and cuts off the 1st screener's hip. Add this to your FastDraw playbook for a great half-court set.
This Post Up comes to us from Coach Lee DeForest at Basketball Coaches Club. For more on the complete Princeton Offense, get Coach DeForest's e-book, 'Winning with the Princeton Offense Basketball Guide,' (created with FastDraw). This excerpt takes you through the Chin Dribble Weave.
Today's Play of the Day is a Chin Set that New Mexico ran from their FastDraw playbook in last night's big win over 13th-ranked San Diego State. It gives the option to hit a shooter coming off a pin screen or feed the post, depending on how the defense plays it. In the video below, New Mexico hits the post rolling to the basket:
This 'Post Up' from CoachRosenthal.com is a popular set from the Princeton Offense. Send this to your FastDraw Playbook by clicking the 'Send to FastDraw' button below. Follow Coach Rosenthal on Twitter: @CoachRosenthal