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Refuse the screen from the wing, kick out to the top.
I watched this happen 3 times in the last 2 weeks in nba summer league. I saw mark price do it so I thought it would be helpful to some of you.
The defense is designed to protect the house/rim , so if you can refuse the screen from the wing, a lot of the times there will be an open man right there at the top if he slides up from the opposite wing. May seem complicated to some of you but I’ll show more examples of it.
It always helps to know where you can get easy assist from. Makes the game easy.
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I’ve been slow to edit episode 6 because I’ve been making sure I help players get better first hand at workouts. Today’s workout was great. Our focus was down screens. I know for a fact that everyone’s IQ got a little bit higher today. 
No workout next week because I’ll be in Vegas. Can’t wait to see all you guys hoopin out there. 

I’m working as fast as I can on episode 6 so please be patient. I’ll be traveling around a lot to different cities to work people out. Let me know in the comments where you guys want me to go.
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I’ve been slow to edit episode 6 because I’ve been making sure I help players get better first hand at workouts. Today’s workout was great. Our focus was down screens. I know for a fact that everyone’s IQ got a little bit higher today.
No workout next week because I’ll be in Vegas. Can’t wait to see all you guys hoopin out there.

I’m working as fast as I can on episode 6 so please be patient. I’ll be traveling around a lot to different cities to work people out. Let me know in the comments where you guys want me to go.
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There will be an in the lab workout this Saturday in LA. Email inthelabtraining@gmail.com for more info. The link for the workout will be posted tomorrow.
As stated in the last few videos….Mark Price was nice. For me he was the king of splitting screens.
What can prevent you from getting the ball stolen when you split is taking those tiny dribbles low to the ground. It’s helpful when when the screeners defender is lazy and likes to reach. Hard to steal the ball when the handler is moving at a good speed while using those dribbles at the same time.
This was used by Mark Price back in the day, and is still used by guards today like @k1irving.
Thanks to @kkilla3w and @m_dubb15 for helping me demonstrate.

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Tag somebody you’ve seen try to split a pick and they always get caught up or ripped lol.
Mark price made splitting the screen popular in my opinion. I was really young when price was in his prime, my pops would make me watch a lot of his old games that he recorded, and I’ve seen this guy split the pick from a spin…between the legs dribble, behind the back…in an out crossover…and a lot of other different ways.
There are some coaches that are against splitting the pick but not me, I think it’s very important to understand how and when to do this. Go on YouTube and check out highlights of people splitting the screen. Don’t look at the ball handler …look at how the defense is guarding the ball handler. You will answer most of your questions like that.