POST FLASH

This play depends on timing and a good cross screen. If it is a smaller guard coming off of the cross screen they need to finish the layup quickly or shot fake because the help side is going to be coming for the block. This post flash cross screen basketball play is a great play to get a shot right at the basket. If you have missed a couple of long shots and are struggling to score this is a good play to run. If you are running the cross screen for a wing then they need to either finish quickly or shot fake and draw the foul. Big men will be able to take their time on the finish. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.

1. 3 cuts to opposite wing, 5 loops around 4 to opposite block. 

1. 3 cuts to opposite wing, 5 loops around 4 to opposite block. 

1. 4 flashes to the post. 2. 1 passes to 4, 5 sets a cross screen for 2 outside the block. 3. 2 sets his defender up and cuts off of 5's screen. Option 1 - 4 passes to 2 for a lay up.

1. 4 flashes to the post.

2. 1 passes to 4, 5 sets a cross screen for 2 outside the block.

3. 2 sets his defender up and cuts off of 5's screen.

Option 1 - 4 passes to 2 for a lay up.

DOUBLE!

Baseline double needs to hit the shooters defender on the screens. Shooter can choose to curl in instead of straight cut to the corner if they want, read the defender. Having multiple actions in the same play usually ends up in a good shot for your team. By using the ball screen at the top of the key you force the other teams big men to watch the play and be in the help. This allows for the shooter to come off the baseline double for the open shot in the corner. This play is from the 2005-2006 Duke season.

1. 1 dribbles off of 3's ball screen to the wing. 2. 2 cut's off of 4 & 5's baseline double screen to the corner. Option 1 - 1 passes to 2 for a three point shot.

1. 1 dribbles off of 3's ball screen to the wing.

2. 2 cut's off of 4 & 5's baseline double screen to the corner.

Option 1 - 1 passes to 2 for a three point shot.

ZONE OFFFENSE AGAINST 1-3-1

10 Rules–Attacking the 1-3-1

- Every 3-4 passes. ball must get into the post
- Inside out pass
- In and away pass

- Inside screening
- Little on big

  1. Push the basketball (take advantage — don’t let the zone set up)
  2. Take the ball up against the defense
  3. Ball reversal (get the zone to shift)
  4. Get the ball Inside
  5. Attack the gaps
  6. Use skip passes-Use the whole court and make defense turn their head
  7. Get overloads
  8. Use screening offenses
  9. Big guys • use short corners & post (spread the offense)
  10. 10. Use mis-direction passes

1-3-1 Zone Attack

Option 1 (Look for lob) and Option 2

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OPTION 3 AND 4

OPTION 3 AND 4

OPTION 5

OPTION 5

ZONE OFFENSE VS 1-3-1 BASIC

Start with 3, 5 and 4 positioned low and 1 and 2 set up high. 1 has the ball. 1 dribbles to the weak side and passes to 3 in the corner. 5 cuts across the lane and up to the weak-side elbow. 2 breaks to the opposite wing area.

Start with 3, 5 and 4 positioned low and 1 and 2 set up high. 1 has the ball. 1 dribbles to the weak side and passes to 3 in the corner. 5 cuts across the lane and up to the weak-side elbow. 2 breaks to the opposite wing area.

As 5 cuts high, 4 sneaks in low behind the zone and posts up as close to the basket as he or she can. 3 can throw it to 4 or pass it to 5 at the elbow when the defense closes in on 4 as 4 tries to post up. 

As 5 cuts high, 4 sneaks in low behind the zone and posts up as close to the basket as he or she can. 3 can throw it to 4 or pass it to 5 at the elbow when the defense closes in on 4 as 4 tries to post up. 

HORNS ISO

This is a good isolation set for your 1 player. The 1 player will pass to the 4 player popping out. After the pass to the 4 player, the 1 player will fake the cut to the basket and stop to set a brush screen for the 5 player. If we set a good screen, we can get a layup for the 5 player. The 1 player will pop back hard for the ball.

This is a good isolation set for your 1 player.

The 1 player will pass to the 4 player popping out.

After the pass to the 4 player, the 1 player will fake the cut to the basket and stop to set a brush screen for the 5 player.

If we set a good screen, we can get a layup for the 5 player. The 1 player will pop back hard for the ball.

On the pop back, the 1 player can shoot the 3-pointer if the defender is late recovering after helping on the cut to the basket by the 5 player. The 1 player can drive it all the way to the basket on a bad close-out by X1. Put a shooter in the corner to take away the help on the drive.

On the pop back, the 1 player can shoot the 3-pointer if the defender is late recovering after helping on the cut to the basket by the 5 player.

The 1 player can drive it all the way to the basket on a bad close-out by X1.

Put a shooter in the corner to take away the help on the drive.

HIGH PICK & ROLL

1 dribbles to the left wing. 5 sets a cross screen for 2. 2 pops out to the left wing. 3 cuts to the left corner. 1 passes to 2. 4 sets a backscreen for 1. 1 cuts to the middle of the lane and pops out to the right wing.

1 dribbles to the left wing. 5 sets a cross screen for 2. 2 pops out to the left wing. 3 cuts to the left corner. 1 passes to 2. 4 sets a backscreen for 1. 1 cuts to the middle of the lane and pops out to the right wing.

2 passes to 4. 4 passes to 1 and sets a ballscreen on 1. 

2 passes to 4. 4 passes to 1 and sets a ballscreen on 1. 

4 sets a ballscreen on 1 and rolls to the short corner. 1 attacks the middle of the lane.

4 sets a ballscreen on 1 and rolls to the short corner. 1 attacks the middle of the lane.