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Bill Self (Hi-Low Offense)

Bill Self (Hi-Low Offense)

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Bill Self Hi/Low motion
1Bill Self 1999, 2002 and 2005True motion is hard to teach. The 3-out 2-in high/lowmotion is good for shooters, and for post playerswho aren't great scorers, they are sealers. Thebiggest negative is that if a really creative player hasthe ball, there is always a post player who has to getout of his way, so they spend a lot of time workingon emptying the post.1 wants to enter the offense from the chute betweenthe elbows. Wings 2 and 3 can be above or belowthe foul-line extended, outside the arc. There arethree basic entries - pass to a wing, pass to a highpost, or dribble over.1) Entry pass to a winga) Weakside corner cut1 passes to 2 and cuts to the weakside corner, 5steps across his defender with the inside foot andflashes to the high post for a pass.
 
25 catches with an inside (left) pivot foot, but makes acheat step outside with his right foot for balance,then forward pivots to face up. If you don't cheatstep you will slow down and the defender can runthrough the pass. 5's options in order are shoot,dump inside (a two-hand pass from the forehead),reverse.Bigs post directly between the ball and the basket,making their defender decide how to play them, andopening up backdoor angles when the ball is at thetop. You aren't going to score on the first side, sopost strong, but don't fight it, let the defender gowhere he wants.You want to reverse the ball, not pass it back to 2. 3screens for 1 to get open (or 3 and 1 caninterchange, 3 fake a screen for 1 and self replace,or 1 fadescreen for 3 then step to the ball), 4 followsthe ball on a pass to 1. Now there is a ballsidetriangle (overload situation). There is no weaksidehelp, 1 looks to throw the ball to the corner of thebackboard for 4.The high post always screens away after passing, 2sets his man up, and will bump and fade, curl intothe lane, or pop behind the arc if his man runs intothe screen.John Brady (LSU) - a high post can follow his passto ballscreen.
 
3On a pass to 2 he takes one or two dribbles toimprove his passing angle inside to 5, 1 gets highand wide.1999 (shown)4 screens for 3, who walks his man down to theshort corner.20054 steps across his man and flashes high (see theLSU fast break).If 1 passes to 3 in the corner, 1 cuts weakside usinga backscreen from 4 who then ballscreens, except if 4 is a good post player, then he just stays and postswithout screening for 1 or 3. 5 screens for 1 exitingweakside.See Georgia motion, Nets offense.4On ball reversal to 1, 3 cuts to the weakside corner.1999 (shown)4 cross-screens for 5, who goes under (better chance of a layup), then 4 comes high.20054 and 5 have to duck in with the ball at the sweetspot (out top), forcing their defenders to play high-side. There is no cross-screen on the pass to 1, 5comes high.If the ball has been reversed once and a perimeter player catches it at the top, he has to go weaksideafter passing.

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