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The Oklahoma Sooners have one of the best transition attacks in college basketball. They often attack out of their primary break with either drives or threes.
In their secondary action Oklahoma at times uses a pass to the trailing post as one of their options. That triggers this handoff into a baseline stagger.
Stanford runs this variation of the Triangle Offense. They use the "pinch post" to flare screen for the guard. He then executes a dribble handoff which can turn into a backdoor on the overplay or two-man action.
Drill #2 of the Motion Offense series. Teaching the basket cut. Pass and cut all the way to the rim. Use the dribble to center the ball. Players should maintain 15-18 feet spacing. Drill can continue for a predetermined number of passes before a scoring.
Drill #3 in motion offense teaching progression teaches players to maintain "top-side-side" spacing while cutting and passing. Take cuts all the way to the rim and fill with the dribble or pass. If you pass from wing to point and the other two spots are filled, cut and replace yourself. DON'T STAND! Maintain 15-18 feet spacing and top-side-side alingment (Mover-Blocker principle)
(This is not all the possible movement and cutting actions, but a few of the basic principles.)
Kansas Jayhawks zone lob set vs. 2-3 zone. Bill Self uses many lob plays against a zone. In this set, a double seal is set on the top layer of the zone. The point guard attacks the gap created and draws X5 to him.