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Defending
Pangos beat the screen


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1
Bill Pangos

1 downscreens for 2, who must use the screen. X2 chases 2, X1 hedges and recovers.

Variation - X2 goes ballside, or switches with X1.

Option - 1 has the ball to start, he passes to 4 then downscreens.

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2
If 2 gets a pass from 4, 4 downscreens for 3, who must use the screen.

Continue, then rotate offence to defence, defence goes off, new attackers come on.

(Variations)
 
- wide pin-down screens
- backscreens (for passers)
- passer flarescreens
- weakside flarescreens
- downscreen, cross-screen

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3
Mark Fox
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Coach has a ball out top, on "screen" 2 and 4 pin down for 1 and 3, X2 and X4 keep vision on the ball, open up and let X! and X3 slide through in the same deny position they were in before.
 
See Defending - Huggins sprint to help.

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4
Coach passes to 1 (or 3), defenders adjust their positions. When 1 passes back to coach, coach can call "screen", or pass to 3.

(Variation - 3 downscreens for 4 on the pass to 1, or 4 backscreens for 3, X3 and X4 defend a screen two passes from the ball. See FIBA 3 on 3 backscreens.)

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