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.

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