This play was run by Lithunia in the Olympics and then diagrammed and contributed by Matt Wheeler to the FastModel Sports Basketball Plays and Drills Library.
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Coach Wheeler is the Head Boys Coach at Olympia High School in Orlando, Florida.
This is what he said about the play:
Lithuania ran this unique shuffle cut variation in their opening round game against Brazil.
Typically shuffle cut actions put the player receiving the staggered screen in the weak side corner . This way they can easily come off of the staggered screen after the shuffle screen takes place. In this play, 3 uses the UCLA cut to look for a layup on the strong side.
If 3 isn’t open he moves to weak side block to open up a cutting area for 1, who is using the shuffle screen from 4. 4 & 5 then immediately set a staggered screen for 3. If 3 doesn’t have a shot, Lithuania has added a ball screen option where the point guard sets a back screen for the 5 to free him up for a layup.
1 runs a DHO with 3.
3 turns the corner and passes to 2.
3 makes a UCLA cut off of 5’s screen
4 screens for 1.
4 & 5 set a staggered screen for 3.
2 passes to 3 for the shot.
If 3 doesn’t have the shot, 5 sets a ball screen for 3.
1 screens for 5 on the roll, then pops up top.
5 and spread out for spacing.