Learning the proper movements of 3 on 3 and how to read screens
- Form three lines along three-point line, left-wing (#1), top (#2) and right-wing (#3)
- Players in top line have balls, players in wing lines have none
- Left-wing player does v-cut while center player passes to right-wing player
- Center player screens for left-wing player
- Left-wing player uses screen to cut to free-throw line while center player “rolls” to basket
- Now-open center player receives pass from right-wing play and goes for lay-up
- Repeat on left side
- This “read” is used when the defense switches on a screen
- When player rolls, he/she should open up wide and call for ball
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