2 player Draft Drive (Dribble-At, Attack Dribble)

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2 offensive players (Dribble-At, Attack Dribble)

A Dribble-At actually creates two driving lanes for the ball handler.  They can draft drive off of the cutter.  They can also change direction and drive the other direction.  Both options have the potential to create driving opportunities. It’s up to the ball handler to read their defender and act appropriately.  Has the defender overplayed the dribble-at?  Can the ball handler turn the corner off of the dribble-at?  Either way, the ball handler may have a driving opportunity.  If the ball handler drives, the cutter has to react to the drive.

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