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Fast breaks
Serbia U20


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Serbia U20 Men
FIBA Assist, issue 35

The secondary break can be used after a defensive rebound, make basket, free throw, jump ball, turnover, or inbounds pass. Unlike the primary break, the secondary break implies as many defenders as attackers. Different sets can be used, in particular, the first big can be ballside or weakside, so can 2. In addition, 1 can make an early pass to 2 then cut to the ballside or weakside corner to exchange places.


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For internal players (bigs)

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Example of player movement on a pass inside to 5.

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b)

If 1 cannot pass directly, reverse the ball to 3, looking inside, 2 backscreens for 4.

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c)

Cross-screen, downscreen.

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d)

2 screens for the high post.

See Spurs 2007 post the trailer.

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For external players

a)

5 and 4 stagger screen for 3.

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Then they screen for 2.

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b)

4 screens for 3.

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5 and 4 stagger screen for 2.

See the Florida 2006 fast break.

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c)

1 passes to 4 and follows for a handback, then 5 screens for 2 (4 moves away from 1).

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5 and 4 screen for 2.

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d)

Pick and roll by the trailer.

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Here 2 and 3 are weakside (4 goes baseline).

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e)

Pick and roll after reversing the ball.

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f)

5 screens for 2, 4 ballscreens immediately on the catch (4 pops, 5 punches in).

If 5 is the ballscreener, he rolls, 4 replaces.

See Horns zipper fist.

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g)

4 downscreens for 3, 1 passes to 3, 2 runs the baseline.


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5 picks and rolls, 4 replaces.

See Horns 23 backscreen and Florida 2005 fast break (5 backscreens for 1 then ballscreens).

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Option if 4 is the ballscreener (4 pops, 5 punches in from the weakside).

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