How to Screen Your Own Man to Beat Switching Man to Man Defense--Diagrams Included

Dear Coaches--

In 1985-87 I had the honor of working for Hall of Fame coach Lute Olson at the University of Arizona.

Lute taught players to "screen their own man" when facing switching man to man defense. It seems like an odd tactic at the time but has been used successfully man times since then.

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Brilliant.  The same concept should work on ball screens.

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