We will run to score on every missed or made shot. In general:
1. 1-on-1 = Layup or a foul
2. 2-on-1 = Layup or foul(2 passes only)
3. 3-on-2 = Layup or short jumper
4. 5-on-3 = Go to secondary break
Here we are inbounding after a made basket. We will run a numbered break with each player having a specific job within the break.
5 takes the ball out of bounds and immediately looks up the floor to 2/3 running hard for a baseball pass and an easy score. If they are unavailable, 5 looks to 1 at the top of the key extended.
4 will act as a pressure release.
On the catch by 1, he immediately looks up to see the whole floor and passes ahead to the open man(2).
If the pass up the floor is unavailable, 1 will drive hard to the middle of the floor, continuing to look ahead to the open man.
4 will fill ballside and 5 will trail.
On the entry to 2, 4 will cut hard to the basket for the pass and layup. If 4 does not receive the pass, he clears to the ballside corner.
5 will fill the spot vacated by 4.
1 will sprint to high helpside position on the perimeter.
3 is sprinting hard to the helpside.
3 will follow the cut by 4 and cut hard from the helpside to the basket. 3 will establish position at the rim looking for the entry pass and easy score.
If the pass to 3 is unavailable, the ball is quickly reversed to 5.
5 will initially give a quick look to 3 to see if an entry pass is available.
If 5 cannot enter to 3 he will quickly reverse the ball to 1.
On ball reversal:
3 will seta backscreen for 2 on the wing for potential entry and easy score.
5 will downscreen away for 3 who is (Our motion rules)
1 looks to 2 for the entry pass and easy score.
3 will curl, fill or flare off of the downscreen(our motion rules)
5 will continue to screen until reaching the baseline (our motion rules)
On the pass to 2, 1 and 3 will sprint to defensive floor balance.
4 and 5 will crash the offensive glass.
If the pass is not made to 5, the following will take place:
2 will finish his cut to the rim and then sprint to play inside pick-and-roll with 1.
3 and 4 will will downscreen for 5 (our motion rules) for a possible pass from 1 and to occupy the helpside defense.
Following the screens, 4 will flare to the corner spot and 3 will fill the wing.
5 continues to curl to the basket for a pass or rebounding opportunity.
1 & 2 play pick and roll.
Submitted by: Mike Curta
Category: Fast break