in Horns Plays
Horns sets work incredibly well when you have multiple outside shooters on the floor and people who have the ability to penetrate the lane, which is open due to the formation. MORE
From Basketball Coach Weekly
The point guard starts the action with an elbow-entry pass, disappears low, then comes high off a down screen to catch a pass and shoot a top-of-key 3-pointer.
There are so many options from a Horns set and this one creates a top-of-key 3-pointer as well as the possibility of a post feed. This spreads the defense so help isn’t readily available and one option should be open.
Go from a traditional Horns sets with the guards in opposite corners and the posts at opposite elbows. The point guard is dribbling the ball at the top.
4 pops high from the right elbow.
1 throws the entry pass to 4.
1 then relocates low toward the left block.
5 shifts from the left elbow to slightly lower than where 4 began.
3 steps toward the hoop, then pops to the wing.
4 passes across to 3 .
5 runs toward the left block and receives an inside screen from 1.
After setting the screen, 1 moves high through the middle of the lane.
4 comes down and screens for 1.
1 curls to the top .
3 passes across to 1.
1 shoots the 3-pointer.
3 also has the option to pass to 5 on the left block if open .
1 appears out of the action when he or she moves low. When 1 screens for 5, it appears the ball is to be delivered to the post, which allows 1 to come free at the top off 4’s screen.