Double reversal From Rick Berger, formerly of Westfield State College, Massachusetts

DIAGRAM 1: 2 and 3 must V-cut to get open on the wing and initiate the offense.


DIAGRAM 2: 1 enters the ball to 2. 4 cross-screens for 5, as 5 posts on the ball-side block. 1 downscreens for 4, and 4 comes to the ball-side elbow. 3 replaces 1 at the point. 1 pops to the weak-side wing.


DIAGRAM 3: 2 looks for an immediate entry to 5 on the block. If 5 is not open, 2 then looks for 4 in the high post. If nothing is open, 2 reverses the ball to 3 at the top. 3 passes to 1 and sets a screen for 5. 5 comes to the ball-side high post, and 4 moves to the ball-side block.


DIAGRAM 4: 2 replaces 3 at the point, and 3 replaces 2 on the wing.


DIAGRAM 5: If 1 has no entry to 4 or 5, 1 reverses the ball to 2. 2 passes to 3 and sets a downscreen for 4, who comes to the high post. 5 cuts to the ball-side block.




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