Divide the court into four quadrants, require the shooter to make 10 shots from each area with a partner rebounding and passing. MORE
Penetrate & Kick for an Open Shot
The second of Luke Hancock’s four straight first-half 3-pointers sliced Louisville’s deficit to seven and came off a play that all teams can run
The best shooter is positioned in the right corner (highlighted with the white circle) – for Louisville in the 2013 national title game, this was Luke Hancock. All other offensive players begin outside the 3-point line.
HOW TO PLAY
The point guard receives a ball screen on the left side of the court and dribbles right . A pass is made to the right-wing area while an off-ball player, also on the right wing, moves low to screen for the best shooter, who is moving from the right corner . The ball handler uses a couple of dribbles to penetrate, which draws his defender a bit lower. The shooter curls around the off the ball screen and is free as the defense can’t recover in time .
The off-the-ball screen for the shooter is key to create separation. If the screener can pick off the shooter’s defender and keep his own below the 3-point line, then an open 3-point look is sure to follow for the shooter.