Gonzaga using a dribble-at (R&R layer 3) backdoor right into a dribble hand-off (R&R layer 8). Both the timing mixed with the spacing create an open layup.
Look for the pass and cut (R&R layer 1) in both the first and third clip in this vido and a dribble at (layer 3) in the second clip. (Read & React pass and cut is sometimes referred to as “throw-n-go.”)
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“Southern NH University Women’s Basketball is coming off our best year in 30+ years. 21-7 overall, NE10 Regular Season Champions (Northeast division), 1st in NCAA Northeast Region and hosted the NE10.
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Our offense was fun to watch! We play an exciting brand of basketball, and our kids love the freedom to score! We led the league in scoring with 72.5 ppg. We shot 42.5% FG (2nd in conference, first was 42.6%).
We had 2 First Team All-Conference players and 1 3rd Team All-Conference player. We had one WBCA All-American Honorable Mention as well. We made 175 3s(4th in conference) but 33.8% (2nd in league, first was 33.9%)”
— Karen Pinkos | Head Women’s Basketball Coach | Southern New Hampshire University