Pangos beat the screen
1 downscreens for 2, who must use the screen. X2 chases 2, X1 hedges and recovers.
Variation - X2 goes ballside, or switches with X1.
Option - 1 has the ball to start, he passes to 4 then downscreens.
If 2 gets a pass from 4, 4 downscreens for 3, who must use the screen.
Continue, then rotate offence to defence, defence goes off, new attackers come on.
- wide pin-down screens
- backscreens (for passers)
- passer flarescreens
- weakside flarescreens
- downscreen, cross-screen
Coach has a ball out top, on "screen" 2 and 4 pin down for 1 and 3, X2 and X4 keep vision on the ball, open up and let X! and X3 slide through in the same deny position they were in before.
Coach passes to 1 (or 3), defenders adjust their positions. When 1 passes back to coach, coach can call "screen", or pass to 3.
(Variation - 3 downscreens for 4 on the pass to 1, or 4 backscreens for 3, X3 and X4 defend a screen two passes from the ball. See FIBA 3 on 3 backscreens.)