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Man to man Offence
This is a quick hitter the Canadian Women's ran in the 2012 London Olympics to get a 3 pt. shot.
When the ball gets entered into a post player on the low block, the other offensive players should move for two main reasons:
The Horns alignment is still one of the most popular in basketball. Here is a set the Silver Medalist, French Women's Olympic team, ran from this alignment at the London Games.
The objective of this baseline out of bounds play vs. zone is to get an inside shot by pinning the middle defender.
Horns, with two posts (screeners) high and a perimeter player in each corner is one of the popular alignments in basketball.
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