“Diamond” Side Out-of-Bounds Play from Bob Hurley

You can run this out-of-bounds play from either the sideline or baseline.

The team aligns in a diamond formation with your best scorer at the top. The ball-side wing screens for 2, then receives a back-screen and rolls to the basket.

If the defense stops this initial action, the inbounder passes to 4, receives an immediate handoff, and then has multiple pitch-out and dump-off options as he attacks the paint.

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