1 gets as far up the floor as possible with his back to the sideline and calls "outlet!"
4 and 5 and interchangeable as well as 2 and 3.
2 and 3 fill the outside lanes.
4 runs down the middle of the floor to the rim. (note: 4 must make sure the outlet pass is made, if note he must flash)
5 takes out the ball, and looks to be the trailer.
1 passes to 2 at the side line.
2 can pass to 4 posting up, or reverse the ball through 1, or skip to 5 or 3.
4 follows the ball across the lane
If 5 receives the pass he looks for 4 in a high low situation.
1 hugs the sideline, looking to step in for possible three point shot opportunity.
If 5 does not have 4 in the paint he quickly reverses the ball to 3.
After 2 sees 5 reverse the ball, he should be making a L-cut to set a back screen for 5.
4 looks to post up on the ball side block.
3 looks for 5 cutting, or to 2 at the top of the key.
From here we have court balance to start our offense.
Submitted by: L. Obermayer
Category: Secondary break