Your point guard takes care of the ball reversal with the dribble as the shooter moves across the lane, then back again to end in the left corner for an open 3-pointer. MORE
2 screens, 2 Options to score
A low screen and curl to the perimeter from the corner works so well, you should try it twice to keep the defense guessing and set up a 3-pointer or the screener rolling to the hoop.
Why use it
A low screen with a pop to the wing is nothing new but defenses aren’t expecting to see the same two players execute the actions back-to-back. This play allows the defense to think it’s done its job but you’ve simply set them up for a second round of movements.
Your point guard is on the left side of the floor with the ball. 2 is in the ballside corner. 4 starts on the ball-side block. 5 is at the weak elbow and 3 is on the weak wing.
How to play
4 flashes high to the elbow.
5 clears to the right corner.
3 is ready to catch a potential pass.
1 enters the ball to 4 .
After the pass, 1 moves low to the ball side and screens for 2.
2 pops high and 4 passes to 2.
2 then returns the pass to 4 .
2 now moves low again and screens for 1.
1 now comes high and may be open for a 3-pointer or 4 looks for 2 heading toward the hoop .
The quick pass back to 4 from 2 after 2 receives one from 4 causes the defenders to look back to the elbow, which sets up 2’s low screen of 1’s defender.
If the defense switches, 2 cuts hard to the hoop and should be open for a layup opportunity.