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Baseline out of bounds
In this clip the Canadian Women's Olympic Team executes a double pin screen vs. Japan's 2-3 zone in a baseline out of bounds play.
Here is a baseline out of bounds play vs. zones with one screen.
When O1 receives the ball from the official, O2 (the best perimeter shooter) and O3 cut out to the corners. Next, O4 begins walking across the free throw line as O5 dives to the ball side block. Once O4 reaches the left elbow, he/she cuts hard down to the left block. Looking toThe weak-side forward defender is confronted with the decision to play against O4's dive or O2 standing in thecorner.
Here is a short shot clock baseline out of bounds play vs. zones.
Simple is usually the best, but usually good players can make things look much easier than they may be. Here is a short shot clock baseline out of bounds play the Croatian Women's National ran for their best player.
The "X" action of this baseline out of bounds play is commonly used against zone defences.
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