|1-2-2 match-up situations|
The attacking set has two guards, high post, low post, and baseline runner.
See 1-2-2 vs. Three deep, also Duke runner (high post), 2-1-2, Double high posts.
The high post is not considered a major threat. With X1 on the ball, X2 has 2, X4 has 5, X5 has 4 and comes ballside but stays low, X3 has 3 and helps cover the high post.
If 1 passes to 2, X2 closes out, X1 drops to help cover the high post, X3 sinks weakside.
X5 still has 4.
If 1 passes to 3, 2 and 5 change sides.
X3 closes out, X1 drops to cover the high post.
X3 takes the ball, X5 has 2, X4 has 5, since there is an overload, X1 takes (and will stay with) high post 4, and X2 has 1.
X1-X2-X3 will cover high attackers 1-3-4, and X4-X5 cover low attackers 5 and 2.
Chris Oliver - on a pass to 4, try to re-set the zone, X4 has it, X5 has 5, X3 has 2, X1 has 3, see Defence - 32 match-up.
If 3 passes to 2, X5 closes out, X3 can deny a return pass since X1 has the high post.
If 3 passes to 1, X2 closes out, X3 drops to help cover the high post.
X4 has 2, X5 has 5, X1 still has 4, X3 has 3.
The high post is considered a threat.
X5 comes up to guard 4 with X1 on the ball.
X2 and X4 will guard 2 and 5.
Hoop Tactics - X5 takes and stays with the post.
If 1 passes to 2, X1 drops to help on the high post, X3 sinks weakside.
X1 and X5 can pinch the high post.
If 1 passes to 3, X3 closes out, X1 drops to help on the high post.
X4 and X2 go with 2 and 5.
X4 has 2, X2 has 5.
On a pass to 2, X3 denies a return pass, X1 drops to protect weakside.