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Title:5 men open post cutting series
Author:matthias
Description:
Great delay game and a good offence against overpressuring defences.
Scoring options are primarily backdoorcuts and outside shots.

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Graphics
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    The initial alignment is 5 out. One player in each corner, one player on each wing and a guard with the ball at the top of the key.

    Every player that is overplayed has to make a hard backdoor cut. All players with the ball have to face the basket for at least a two count (in order to see possible back cuts).

    Continuation like described in the following graphics. Make sure the players look to reverse the ball.
  • Graphic N°: 2
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    Point to wing:

    On a pass from the point to a wing, the passer makes a hard basket cut and if he doesn´t recieve the pass he fills the opposite corner. The weakside wing cuts hard to the foulline and pops out to the point (if being overplayed he makes a fake step towards the point and then a hard basket cut). The weakside corner fills the weakside wing.
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    Wing to point:

    On a pass from the wing to the point, the passer makes a hard basket cut and if he doesn´t recieve the ball goes out to the same corner.
    The corner player fills the wing.
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    Wing to corner:

    On a pass from the wing to the corner, the passer makes a hard basket cut and if he doesn´t recieve the ball fills the weakside corner.
    All other players without the ball rotate to fill the open spots.
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    Corner to wing:

    On a pass from the corner to the wing, the passer makes a hard basket cut and if he doesn´t recieve the ball he replaces himself in the corner.

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