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Understand this, we are going to switch over and show them to you on the other side. There are three options on every play. You have to pick the one that is open the most and is the best percentage for you. That is why- and it does not necessarily take a real intelligent point guard because some would be very obvious, that will be the first option. The primary options are normally what come open but you have to be aware that maybe the secondary options will come open too. Okay, box one.
That was the first option, the primary option will be the three point shot, box one. You done? Box two primary option would be the man coming open into the middle.
Box three was the post pin down low off the pick.
Play number four. Are we with play number five? Remember it? That is the point guard double pick, take kick to the corner, come up over and the point guard makes his move. No, no to the corner. Five, play number five, here we go.
Play number five begin at three options, we had a corner jump shot, we had a guard clear if we wanted it, we had the three point shooter there if they did not anticipate, okay. Number five, option number one point guard clear out to the basket. Number six, escort, run six again, let us see when you get it. Fade and back, get set, get set and shoot the ball. Run it again play number six.
Come on let us go, got to run it again, let us make the basket. You cannot really go until he sets. You two are running to each other to moving pick. Let him lay on the pick. You two almost cross shoulder to shoulder. Get going there, and make a jump stop and then you go one more time. Play number four. On the edge out before.
Now, this time I am going to give you a low variation on play number seven. We are going to show you that the defense is playing over. So, it is actually going to be a back pick. I am going to get to the ball. He is going to back pick me and you are going to turn in, you are going to go down hard that way. It is going to be a back pick and you are going to turn and go. That is right and that is what the defense. That is what the offensive people have to pick up.
This man is the screener he has to see where the defense is. Too many times, they just run at a spot and practice when you go five on zero. Find the man and screen him.
Play number seven. Gives you seven plays; it involves five people three different to four different ways on each play.