# Flex Offense - Basic Motion

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1 Flex Offense - Basic Motion Bacchus Marsh Basketball Association. (Diagrams A - E) In diagram A, O1 passes to O2, (across the split line) while O3 makes the "flex cut" off O5's screen. Depending on how the defence is playing, O3 can cut either over (ball-side) or under (baseline side) the screen. O2 could pass to O3 for the inside shot. If the pass to flex cutter is not there, notice in diagram B that O1 then down-screens for O5. The screener O1 then moves out to the corner (the downscreener always moves out to the corner). Using the down-screen, O5 cuts up to the elbow for the pass and jump-shot. If the elbow pass is not there, O5 steps outside to get the pass from O2. Now in diagram C, O3 screens as O4 makes the flex cut from the opposite side.

2 After the flex cut, we again note in diagram D that O2 down-screens for O3, who cuts to the elbow looking for the pass and jump-shot. Notice how in diagram E we are in the same basic set as in diagram A, and that the pattern has continuity and can repeat from side to side.

3 Flex Offense - Corner Options Basic Motion. The next three diagrams below show the basic motion when the ball is passed into the corner (wing). The passer becomes a screener, making two screens and ending up in the opposite corner. In diagram CP1, O1 passes to O2 in the corner. O1 then screens for the opposite guard O3. (Diagram CP2) If the pass into the post O5 is not there, O3 receives the pass back from O2. Meanwhile, O1 down-screens for O4, who cuts up top for the pass from O3. O1 then moves out to the weak side corner.

4 Diagram CP3 Now notice in diagram CP3 that we are back in the basic Flex motion with O2 making the flex cut over (or under) O5's screen. Diagram F Give and Go Option. Diagram F shows the pass to the corner and a simple "give and go" cut by O2. If O2 does not receive the pass on the cut, then all perimeter player rotate to fill the spots. O5 screens for O2 cutting to the opposite corner. Diagram G shows quick ball reversal (possibly a skip pass to the opposite guard) and a pass to O2 for the possible 3-point shot in the opposite corner.

5 Diagram G2 Notice in diagram G2 the continuity when the ball is passed from corner back out to the guard O1. O2 now makes the familiar flex cut over (or under) O5. Guard-to-guard pass denial... double-screen option. Diagram H shows another option. Here the pass from O1 to O2 is being denied, so the pass goes to O3 in the corner instead.

6 Diagram I O1 and O2 then set a double-screen for O4, who cuts to the ball-side guard spot as seen in diagram I. The screeners O1 and O2 then rotate into the flex spots as seen in diagram J. Back-screen option. Diagram J shows a back-screen with the post O5 backscreening for the ball-side guard O4. If none of these options are productive, the pass goes back out to the top and we are in our basic flex set. Corner-to-guard pass denial. If the pass from the corner to the wing is being denied, instead of a backscreen as seen in diagram J, we do the opposite and have O4 (the guard being denied) down-screen for the post O5. O5 pops out on top for the pass from the corner.

7 Flex Offense - Point Guard Clear-Out Option (Diagrams K - L) Start with O1 on top and the other four players down low (diagram K). O1 dribbles to either side, as the two ball-side teammates (O3 and O5) move opposite and set a double-screen for the opposite post player (O2 in this example). O1 can try to take the defender 1-on-1. Diagram L A second option seen in diagram L is a pass to O2 coming off the double-screen. After screening, O5 rotates out on top and O3 screens for O4 who cuts to the ball-side block as another option. Flex Offense - Feeding the post (Diagrams M - O) If you have a good, strong post player, you'll want to get the ball inside. Size mis-matches often occur with all the screening and switching that goes on. You could feed the post from either the top, or from the corner. In diagram M, the defender is denying the pass from the top. O4 should try to move the defender up the lane a little. Not shown in the diagrams, if O4 goes all the way up to the elbow and is still being denied, there may be an opportunity for the lob pass over the top (from O2 to O4). Diagram M shows how to get the ball inside when the post is fronted being from the top... pass quickly to the corner, while O4 seals the defender outside and receives the curl bounce-pass from the corner for the baseline drop-step and lay-up.

8 Diagram N shows how the post player, who is being well-defended, can skip pass back outside to the weak side guard or opposite wing. Now notice in diagram O that we are back in our basic flex set. Diagram O After the ball has passed from the post to the weak side Guard or opposite wing. (Across the split line) we are back in the original flex alignment.

9 Flex Offense - Entries - Getting into the Flex From Transition. Diagram TE below shows how we flow into the Flex from transition, after securing a defensive rebound. Our post who does not actually get the rebound (O4 or O5), sprints up the middle and will locate on the ball-side block, the side that our point guard O1 chooses to start on. O1 gets the outlet pass and dribbles middle and then picks a side, either right or left... it's good to vary this, starting sometimes on the right and sometimes on the left. O2 and O3 sprint up the court to the corners. The rebounder trails to the guard spot opposite O1... this could be either on the left or the right, depending which side O1 starts on. Diagram 14 shows how to create the flex movement from a low 1-4 set, with the weak side forward moving up to 2 nd guard spot Diagram 14-B shows how the weak side forward moving up to 2 nd guard spot can have a backdoor play opportunity if the defender over plays in denial defence.

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