Instead of having the weak-side wing player cut low and pop out on the baseline, P-1 can cut down through the key and pop out on the wing.
If P-5 is sliding down to the low post, P-4 should wait for P-1 to go through before sliding over to the high post.
If he does this it means that there will be more options for him when he does move across.
P-2 Instead of heading across the key will make a v-cut and pop out at the top to reverse the ball later OR he can cut in back door, leaving P-3 to dribble the ball to the top of the key and P-1 to fill the right wing.
Submitted by: Chris Horton
Category: Offense zone