The screen goes to be set on the dribbler, the screeners defender will hedge out early to stop the ball.
This is where the screener will slip directly to the basket for a lay up.
The dribbler will use the ball screen and take 1 or 2 bounces to get separation.
Once they have created separation the dribbler will make a bounce pass to the roller for a lay up.
The down screen will happen away from the ball. The player receiving the screen will fake away from the basket and then back cut to the hoop where they will catch the ball and shoot a lay up.
The player setting the screen will pop back towards the ball.
Player 1 passes the ball to player 2 before running forwards to make a screen on them.
Player 2 proceeds to dribble around player 1 before going for a jump shot.
Players then rotate (player 1 becomes player 2 and player joins the back of the line).
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