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COMMENTS ON THIS PLAY: Use these 3 on 3 plays for tournaments and pick up games. Simple sets are ideal in any setting, but you must focus on the details!

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PICK AND ROLL
#2 sets a screen for #1 who has the ball. The pick 'n roll will work if #2 screens and seals the defender #1 properly.

#1 first looks for #2 sealing defender, if no pass keep hard dribble going to basket.

 

 

 

SCREEN AWAY
#2 makes a v-cut to receive entry the pass from #1. #1 passes to #2, and then screens away for #3 on the opposite wing. #3 rubs off the screen and cuts to the hoop looking for pass.

 

 

Make sure that #1 seals the defender X3 , and then rolls to the hoop after #3 cuts cuts by. #2 can pass to either cutter.

 

 

 

 

 

GIVE AND GO
one of the best plays for 3 on 3 ball. The give and go involves a v-cut by #2 to receive the pass from #1. #1 then makes a fake step left and then a quick lane cut for the return pass and lay-up.

 

 

 

LOW POST FRONTED
Everyone needs to reconize when the post area is being fronted on ball side. #3 flashes to the ball-side high post area to receive the pass from #1. #2 should pin & seal their defender and keep the inside position for the bounce pass from #3. The passing must be quick from #1 to #3, to O4.

Another option here is having #2 pin the defender and ask for ball for the high lob pass directly from #1.

 


LOW POST OPEN
When the defender is behind #2 post, player #1 should to try to make the pass to #2 when the defender is playing behind. Once the pass is made, the opposite post should move to the high post, to allow spacing for #2 to make the post move. #1 cuts to the corner for the inside to outside pass and shot.

 

 

BACK SCREEN WING
#3 (playing the low post) comes up and sets a back-screen for the #2. #2 cuts backdoor behind the screen to the basket for the pass and shot.

 

 

 

#3 who has screened the defender of #2, "pins" the defender and seals inside position. If the defense switches, #3 should be open after sealing to the hoop for the pass and lay-up, assuming that #2 clears out to the opposite side.

 

 

 

 

LOW POST SCREEN AND SEAL
This play uses two post players working together, reading the defense, and screening for each other. #2 sets a screen for #3, who cuts around the screen for the pass and shot.

 

 

 

#2 seals the defender and turns into the lane for passible pass from #1. If the defense switches and #3 does not receive the pass, then #2 should be open with inside position.

 

 

 


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SCREEN DOWN SCREEN AND SEAL
#2 sets a down-screen for #3 to cut around the screen for the pass and shot in lane.

 

 

 

 

#2 should seals the defender and keep inside position. If the defense switches, then #2 should be open for the pass, assuming #3 clears out to the opposite side.

 

 

 

 

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