Offense "A" For Man
Start in a 1-2-2 Sets
2 and 3 Break Out To Fill Wings
Wing Looks to Get the Ball Down Low
Once 2 or 3 has the ball they look to pass inside. In this example 3 has the ball on the wing and is looking to pass to 5. If 3 can't get the ball to 5 within a second or two then the play moves on to the next step.
Note: Notice that 1 is waiting as well at this time. 1 Doesn't want to screen until 3 is ready to pass to 2 so wait until 5 makes a move to screen for 4.
Note: Notice that 2 drops down into the three point area a little bit. This sets up his man for the screen that will be coming from 1. If 2 can lose his man when 1 sets the screen then he can get a good look when he catches the ball at the point.
The Wing Makes A Pass
Assuming 3 could not get the ball to 5 in the post, 5 and 1 screen away. If 3 can hit 4 early (i.e. just as he hits the middle of the key then 4 has great position to seal his man and shoot a layup. If the pass to 4 isn't open or if 2 really has his man beat then 3 can pass to 2. 2 can shoot the three or, if the shot isn't there 2 simply passes the ball to 1 or back to 3 and the wing looks to get the ball down low again. Rinse and repeat.
After the wing passes the ball back up to the point there is a good opportunity for a backdoor. If 3's defender is playing tight and jumps to the pass that 3 makes to 2 or if 3's defender is trying to take away the baseline then the defender is in a great position to be screened from behind by 4. 4 steps up, sets the screen for 3 and 3 makes a hard cut to the basket. 2 looks for the pass. If it isn't there then continue with the normal offense.