- 2.2.1 Motion offence - 3 out, 2 in - screen the screener
- 2.2.2 Motion Offence - 3 Out 2 In – multiple screens for the shooter
- 2.2.3 Motion offence - 3 out, 2 In - Double Screens
- 2.2.4 Motion offence - 3 Out, 2 In - Blind (Back) Screens
- 2.2.5 Motion offence - 3 Out, 2 In - Pick and Roll with Triangle on Help Side
- 2.2.6 Motion offence - 3 out, 2 in - cuts off high post screen
- 2.2.7 Motion offence - 3 out, 2 in - 1v1 isolation
- 2.2.8 Shot selection - importance of the corner 3
- 2.3.1 On ball screens - "pistol"
- [:en]2.3.2 Off ball screens - “elevator” screens[:es]2.3.2 Bloqueos sin balón: bloqueos "elevador"[:fr]2.3.2 Écrans non porteurs - écrans « ascenseur »[:]
- 2.3.3 Screening angles and alignments - advanced pick and roll
- 3.2.1 Characteristics of long tournament play
- 3.2.2 Long tournaments - selecting the team
- 3.2.3 Long tournaments - preparing the team prior to tournament
- 3.2.4 Long tournaments - scouting
- 3.2.5 Long tournaments - keeping players fresh
- 3.2.6 Long tournaments - coaching staff
- 3.2.7 Long tournaments - organising the off-court
2.3.2 Off ball screens – “elevator” screens
Simply, when setting an “elevator” screen, two team mates set a screen but stand one or two steps apart from each other.
The “elevator” screen is often used after some other screens in the offence as it is most effective when there is some separation between the cutter and their defender.
Below is an example of an offence that incorporates an “elevator” screen.
Timing of the screen in this action is very important. If the screeners step into the path of x1 without giving sufficient time and distance for them to stop or change direction, then that could be an offensive blocking foul.
The other common spot for this screen to be set is for the screeners to be on the foul line.