ESS 170 B Principles of screening and cutting 2007_Handouts

ESS 170 B Principles of screening and cutting 2007_Handouts...

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10/22/2009 1 ESS 170 B The Principles of Screening Positions 1 player = Point Guard 2 player = Shooting Guard 3 player = Small forward or “swing player” 4 player = Forward 5 Player = Center The Screener Set-up Screen—Create a good angle Screeners back should be facing the location of where the next pass is received Go quickly and aggressively to the screen Take your screen to the defender Legs should be wider than shoulders on screen Hold your screen Verbal cue on every screen Visual cue on every screen The Cutter Set your defender up—take 1 or 2 steps to the rim Timing is crucial!!! Meet your screener—you must contact your screener Hesitate at the point of the screen Read your defender with your eyes—the ball will find you Cut quickly and aggressively Show a hand target for the passer Verbal cue to the passer Every catch is a triple threat
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10/22/2009 2 Keys to Screening Lowest player calls for the screen or initiates
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course ESS 170B taught by Professor Beaniy during the Fall '09 term at UCSB.

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