4 Out - Dribble At Backdoor
- If a player with the ball dribbles at you, you must go backdoor.
- Just like the backdoor cut mentioned above, the same rules for a normal basket cut apply here: cut all the way through, cut and fill to next spot, other players rotate to open spot
- Players must understand the difference between their teammates driving and attacking the rim and dribbling at themA north and south dribble to the rim is a drive
- An east and west dribble to the side is a dribble at
- A good rule here would be that if a player dribbles directly at you and they are above the 3-point line, go backdoor.
- A key here is the spacing of the inside player. If this player sees a backdoor cut happening, they need to open up space for this pass by filling up and leaving the rim open.
- 2 is being denied by x2
- 1 dribbles at 2
- 2 goes backdoor for layup