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While we all don't have the luxury of having a Jayson Tatum on our roster, this Horns set has the potential to get you a quick bucket, especially if a slower big attempts to switch and guard a quicker small forward.
With his speed and athleticism, former Blue Devil Brandon Ingram was a mismatch most nights at the 4 position. This Horns set cleared out the entire left side for Ingram to either attack the basket or step back for a pull up jump shot.
Ultimately, this Horns set is designed to create a mismatch in the post for either of the bigs. There is also the option (not shown) of finishing with a down screen for the guard who sets the cross screen for the big.
Most teams typically screen one of the top defenders in a 2-3 zone defense. This set play involves screening both top defenders, allowing a guard to drive right down the middle of the lane.
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