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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.
Horns, with two posts (screeners) high and a perimeter player in each corner is one of the popular alignments in basketball.
Horns-Brush is a quick hitter with a ball screen and lift action. The best shooter should be located where O2 is.
Here is a set play the Toronto Raptors run out the "Horns" alignment.
Here is another version of a Horns play with a staggered ball screen. This play is especially effective against a team that hard hedges on the second ball screen.
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