Multiple off-ball screening actions in a row can get the defense out of position and cause breakdowns. Setting flare screens, back screen, and down screens all in one basketball play usually will result in some good action. Your screeners need to have the mindset of finding a body to screen. Don’t let them just stand, tell them to go head hunt. As well as the screeners paying attention to details, the cutters need to do so as well in setting up their defender, and then cutting hard.
Play Name: Pitt Panthers: Box Set Flare Screen/Back Screen/Down Screen Baseline Double Play (11-12)
Similar Plays: Duke: Flare Screen/Back Screen, Double Down Play, Houston Rockets: Back Screen Handoff Counter Player (10-11), Houston Rockets: Back Screen – High Post Entry – Post Up/Curl Play (10-11)
Play Goal: Set multiple off ball screens and make the defense make a mistake and breakdown.
Play Tips: Head hunt on the screens and pass the ball to the open man right when he is open.