On a low-post catch on either side, former Carleton Raven Kevin McCleery likes to turn and face the basket using a reverse pivot on his right foot (a Sikma move), and attack with a right-hand dribble. He prefers to post on the left side in order to dribble middle. This can also be done with a middle drop step (left foot), but with a Sikma move the options are:
- sweep baseline (a quick move)
- attack middle (a crossover step), spin baseline
- attack middle, jump hook
- attack middle, hesitate to sell a jump hook, use another dribble to finish on the right side of the basket
- attack middle, counter the jump hook with a step-through (left-hand finish off the right foot)
- if the defender takes away the step-through, step across to finish on the right side of the basket with the right hand (again off the right foot).
A reverse pivot is another jump hook counter, but he prefers a step-through because you keep vision.
He will use two-hand crab-dribble power move if he is by the defender's shoulder on a catch.