(English) The key to the offence is its spacing, with players about 15-18 feet apart. The basic structure of the offence is a “triangle” (formed between a post player, wing and guard on the strong side of the court) and a “two-man” game on the weakside of the court.

Below are some options involving cutting off the low post:

(English) When the ball is passed to the low post player, the wing or corner can cut off the post player.

(English) The wing player can also screen for the corner player and then cut to the basket.

(English) The low post player steps toward the high post to receive a pass. The corner player cuts to the basket and the wing cuts off the post.

3 moves to the perimeter to receive a pass from the post player.