1 on 1
Also see Post play and Defending.
General 1 on 1 options
- start play with a checked ball, touch on the hip, close-out, contested pass, 50-50 ball, or when the attacker dribbles
- continuous 1 on 1- clear the ball beyond the arc then play (see At each basket)
- limited dribbles, or time (Nash)
- play to a stop or score, one shot only, or one shot but get a point with an offensive rebound, or keep possession (Angie McLeod - Close-out game)
- the attacker can keep scoring until the defender gets the ball (Robert Bauer - Bobby Lutz roll)
- the defender can score, immediately on a defensive rebound (Hubie Brown), or pass to coach for a return pass (Pitino)
- one point for getting into the paint with your strong hand (Ian MacKinnon - Multiple)
- player rotation options
- make-it take-it against a new defender, rotate defender-attacker-off on a stop (new defender)
- make-it take-it against a new defender, defender and attacker stay and switch on a stop
- rotate defender-attacker-off
- rotate attacker-defender-off
- the defender must make a stop (or stops) to get out (e.g., Continuous).