These two plays were submitted by Nate Hill, Assistant Boys Coach at Colonel Crawford High School in North Robinson Ohio.
They are a part of his new playbook (eBook format) The Zone Offense Encyclopedia.
In all, Coach Hill has assembled four playbooks.
In addition to The Zone Offense Encyclopedia, Nate has The Complete Guide to the Dribble Drive Offense, The Zone Offense Sideline Out of Bounds Encyclopedia, and The Baseline Out of Bounds Encyclopedia.
You can find out more about each playbook by clicking here: Coach Nate Hill eBook Bundle
Use vs. a 2-3 zone, a continuity zone play.
The play starts with a dribble entry to either side.
The 2 goes to backside block and the 4 drops to the block.
We try and get a quick look into the 4 man here.
If the 4 man is not open, the 5 man flashes to the top of the key and receives pass from 1.
On the pass 2 things happen
1. 2 flashes to 3 point line to receive pass from 5
2. 3 sets screen for 4 on backside block.
On the pass from 5 to 2, 2 looks for 4 off of 3’s screen.
This is a timing play and we can get layups if timing is done correctly.
If 4 is not open, then 2 can look for 3 off of 5’s down screen at the top of the key.
If no shot is open at the top, the action repeats itself.
1. If pass to wing 3 cuts to backside block.
2. If dribble to wing, 1 cuts to backside block.