The Chin set is useful across multiple levels of competition because it is so versatile. In the NBA, it is often used as a designed set to feature a particular scoring option on the floor. At the college level, such as we see with Tom Crean’s offense at Indiana, it can be used as a continuity, with multiple options and counters to choose from. It is tough to deny a team from getting into Chin, as well, because the initial pass can go to any player on the floor. If all passes are denied, a simple Dribble Handoff to the wing transforms Chin into Forwards Out, and opens up a whole new set of plays.
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