Thursday, November 22, 2012
The Nets' Nifty Screen the Screener Play
I've talked extensively about screening the screener and its effectiveness in this space. The idea is that the screener's man has to help off the screener, which frees the screener up to receive a screen. Sounds confusing, huh? It really is actually simple The screen the screener can be added on to almost any play fairly easily. Use it with a pick and pop and you have an open wing three. Use it with a horns/flex look and you have an open jump shot or deep post position. Or use it with a curl play which is what the Nets did on Tuesday.