Posts Tagged ‘Baylor’
Many alley oop sets start with a backscreen, such as this Utah State’s play. This Texas alley oop set utilized a different type of setup, yet it was still executed for a dunk.
The play starts with Tristan Thompson working to post up but J’mison Morgan denies the entry pass. Thompson then turns and sets a screen for Cory Joseph, who is stationed just off the block. Joseph had started on the wing to space the floor for the post up but moved in to receive the screen once he realized Thompson was not going to get the ball.
A team running the high low effectively is one of my favorite offenses to watch. Baylor is a team that has the personnel to run such an offense and showed against La Salle that they are able to run the high low. Let’s take a look at a nice high low play from their matchup against La Salle.