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Basketball: Miami – Miami 1
1’s initial cut off of the brush screen is known as the UCLA cut. This type of offense has been called the “UCLA High Post Offense” as it comes from John Wooden’s time at UCLA.
Clearly, this kind of allignment allows for wing penetration, assuming this is used against a man-to-man defense, and so it’s interesting that the Heat intitiate this play with a dribble entry into the wing. It’s a pretty nice offense if you have several players who can post-up and if you have a center who can move and pass well.
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