Stanford Strong Side Down Screen and Weak Side Back Screen
|Name of Play||Stanford Strong Side Down Screen and Weak Side Back Screen|
|Nickname of Play||Stanford Box 1|
|Is the play situational?||No|
|Type of Play||Offensive Set Play|
|Most appropriate age range(s)||High School, College or Above|
|Best used against||Man to Man|
This play is run out a standard Box Set formation.
- O1 brings the ball over half court and signals the play side.
- The Strong Side elbow should set a down screen for the player at the block, in this case O3. O3 pops to the wing and receives the pass from O1.
- The weak side block player O2 should make a baseline cut to the strong side corner to clear out the weak side.
- The weak side elbow sets a back screen for O1 immediately after the pass is made to the wing. O1 is often wide open for the layup if O3 has a passing lane.]