3 offensive players (Pass & Cut, Attack Dribble, Attack Dribble)

This entry is part 4 of 14 in the series 3 player Combinations

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You’re probably wondering why all the 3’s on the court in the last two diagrams.

Well, I was trying to represent what 3 would do depending on the timing of the drive.  I’m not sure that’s completely clear.  It’s very unlikely that 3 would get all the way to the top of the key.  In fact, this would probably be a pretty unproductive offensive possession if the player waited that long to do something.

This is one reason why I prefer 4 perimeter players.  There should always be another perimeter player 1 pass away from 2 with 4 perimeter players on the floor.  Of course, we’re only working with 3 right now.

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