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Fast break on opponents successful free throw attempt

Elvis Elvis

I have found that our opponents make six out of ten free throws. I have also found that of the four they miss, we are successful in recovering 2.5 of the rebounded misses. This means that we get the ball 85% of the time after our opponents have a free throw attempt. We line up in the following manner on our opponents free throw attempt sand plan on getting the outlet pass away quickly enough so that we get a “3 on 2″ situation.

Fast break on opponents successful free throw attempt

On the fast break after a successful free throw attempt by our opponents, we have 2 tap the ball out of bounds on a diagonal as it goes through the basket. We tell 3that he had better be there to get it. If, of course, 3 is slow in getting to the ball, or if he fumbles it, the fast break opportunity is missed. If 3 does get the ball, he passes quickly out to 4, who is breaking into the ball. 6has quickly cut across, and receives a short pass from 4.Meanwhile 5 has blocked out the shooter, then gone to the center of the floor, for the pass from 6. Sometimes the pass can be made directly from 4 to 5. 2 and 6 are the wings,and 3 and 4 become the trailers.