Giorgis rotation vs 1-2-1-1
See Press breaks - Giorgis regular.
He can't remember the last time they ran regular press attack against a 1-2-1-1, most teams take away the inbounds pass to 1.
X5 is guarding the basket, it shouldn't be too hard to break it, and all you have to do is score once and he will be back guarding the rim a lot more.
Go to rotation against a zone press, 1 yells "rotation" and cuts down low weakside, 5 replaces 1 and 2 replaces 5.
1 is usually open but if they take that away, bring 3 up to the deep corner for the inbounds pass, 2 is the slasher, 1 is the middle person, 4 comes in ballside, 5 is long opposite.
See Press breaks - Bill Self 1-3-1
(spot inbounds, where 4 can't run the baseline).
1 takes off if 3 passes up the sideline to 2.
If 4 inbounds to 5, 2 and 1 slash, 3 can lengthen.
If 5 passes back to 4, 3 comes back for a pass, then 1 and 5 slash (the guy who reverses the ball is always the middle slasher).
If 3 passes to 5, he looks opposite to 2.
On an inbounds pass to 1, look to pass to 3, then 2 slashes ahead and 1 is middle, 5 should be deep on the other side.
5 wants to get into the action if they get it to 2-on-1, able to dunk at the other end.
The only time he comes back is if 3 reverses the ball to 4, then 1 and 3 slash ahead on a pass to 5.