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High Post Offense: Cross Cut

The High Post Offense is a popular with teams who lack a strong inside presence. This can be due to an inexperienced player in this position or an undersized line-up. Either way the High Post Offense is useful at pulling the defence away from the basket and forces teams into making long close-outs which result in greater driving possibilities.

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Princeton Offense: High Post Hand-Off

The Princeton Offense has a high degree of continuity so it will always provide a solid option for those teams looking to implement a system that provides a continuous array of options.


The High Post Hand-Off Play is no different to any Princeton Offense, but has a slight variation on the rotations used to mirror the standard movement.

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Flex Offense: Screener Isolation

The Flex Offense is a favourite of many coaches and has become a highly developed offensive philosophy in its own right. A variation to add depth to the possible options available is the Screener Isolation Play. Within the Flex Offense the Screener Isolation Play places a player on one side of the floor and the rest of the team on the other.

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