This popular play requires several movements, screens, handoffs and passes to set up a passer outside the arc throwing a leading pass to a player cutting to the hoop. Why use it The constant movement in this play forces the defense to cover a lot of areas and eventually breaks down after multiple screens and... MORE
Play like Kansas – Create a wide-open shot from the corner
The point guard starts by coming off a ball screen, throws an entry pass and relocates to the corner to receive a pass for an open 3-pointer off dribble penetration from the wing.
Why use it
This is from Bill Self’s playbook at Kansas. It uses a pair of ball screens and dribble penetration to the middle, which collapses the zone and opens a shooting opportunity from the opposite corner. Use this set against a 2-3 zone.
The point guard is dribbling on the right side with a guard on the opposite wing and one in the ball-side corner. Have a post at the ball-side elbow and another on the opposite block.
How to play
1 dribbles left and comes off a ball screen set from 5, who has stepped to the perimeter. 1 passes across to 2 on the left wing. 5 rolls to the hoop after setting the ball screen .
2 now looks to attack the middle of the lane. 4 comes high and sets a ball screen for 2. 5 continues rolling toward the hoop. 1 moves to the right corner as 3 elevates to the right wing. 2 dribbles to the left elbow .
2 passes across to 1 in the corner. 1 shoots the jumper. 4 and 5 crash the boards .
2 must dribble to the paint to make a pass to 1. If 2 can’t get to the top of the paint, then the defense doesn’t have to collapse and the passing lane is eliminated.