A set play out of a basic 2-2-2 that has screens/pops and allows for your playmakers to attack the unbalanced backside.

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One Response to “LaxLesson of the Week: 22 shark”

  1. LaxFactor says:

    2-2-2 sets are HUGE, especially for teams with limited talent. You can put your best 4 players around the outside, and have them play off the backside for quick looks, while the others are dodging down ball side.

    Keep posting these, as they’ll help a lot of young teams. NY Tech made a living off their 2-2-2 sets back in their early days when they were running with teams with 2 times the talent they had, but they mastered these sets.

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