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This set was put on the floor by Springfield College WBB during their practice on January 28, 2016 for an upcoming opponent.
The single double action for the best shooter is a great way to allow players to read the defense and make the set less predictable.
Here is a misdirection high stack set that Virginia Union WBB has used to create an iso situation for NCAA D2's best individual player and the nation's leading scorer (29.3ppg), Kiana Johnson.
Here is a simple action that Virginia Union WBB usesto get their All-American point guard to the rim or get a 3pt shot for a 40%+ shooter. The big/big staggered should eliminate any switches on the shooter.
This drill comes from George Hardison, Head Coach WBB at UConn Avery Point (NJCAA) which I witnessed at their practice on Feb. 16th, 2016.
NOTE** If you do not have mini-hurdles you can use small cones. Also, depending on how high you want your players to jump you can use varied heights (6"/8"/12").
Here is some 3-man game that Clemson uses against The U (1-16-16). It incorporates some UCLA loop action and a throwback/pitch back to get a open look in the lane.