UNC Two Wing Inbound to Top of Key Shot

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Name of Play UNC Two Wing Inbound to Top of Key Shot
Nickname of Play UNC 3
Is the play situational? No
Type of Play Corner Inbound
Most appropriate age range(s) All
Best used against Man to Man

Setup

This play can be adjusted easily to run from the corner, sideline, or baseline.

  • O2 or the intended shooter should start on the weak side wing.
  • A quality screener O5 should start on the strong side wing.
  • Shooter or ball handlers O3 and O1 start in a stack at the top of the key.
UNC Two Wing with Top of Key Stack Seq1.jpg

Execution

  • O5 should screen away for shooter O3 who comes to the wing looking for an open shot if available. O5 should seal and make a flash to the basket looking for a defensive breakdown, offensive rebound, or post feed.
  • O1 sets a screen away for O2 (emphasis on screening the defender not the spot).
  • Ideally the ball is entered to O3 for a quick reversal to O2 for the open shot at the top of the key.
UNC Two Wing with Top of Key Stack Seq2.jpg