Roy Williams Diagrams the Secondary Break

A little Xs and Os for your Wednesday morning. Roy Williams with an explanation of how UNC runs the "Dribble" play. This play is set up with the first option being a lob to the five after a pair of screens. If that isn't available the three rotates to the right wing and the five gets position of on the block. There is double screening action on the opposite wing to free up the two coming out of the corner giving UNC three possible options.

Here is play in action from the 2011 NCAA Tournament leading to a lob dunk for John Henson.


Hat tip: @jadamlucas

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