Golden State Warriors Post Up Plays
Attached in this playbook are six set plays from the Golden State Warriors. Although the Warriors are known for their 3-point shooting, they do a great job of moving the ball and get a lot of open looks around the rim for their bigs.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – 5 Duck-in
1 dribbles off of a high ball screen from 4 and immediately looks to pass to 5 ducking in near the rim.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – Corner Post
1 dribbles to the right pushing 3 into a shallow cut to the top of the key. 4 moves into the lane and looks to post up. Once 4 has the ball, 1 and 3 set a staggered screen for 5.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – Elbow PTP
The Warriors start in a 1-4 high set and 1 passes to 2 on the left wing. 3 sets a back-screen for 4 who cuts to the ball side block. 2 looks to pass to 4 posting up or can pass to 3 cutting off of a screen from 5.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – Post Flash
1 passes to 5 flashing up to the elbow. 1 then screens for 3 who cuts around 5 looking for a hand-off. If 3 gets the ball, 5 and 1 screen for 4 who cuts into the lane looking for the pass from 3.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – Post Iso
1 passes to 5 posting up on the right block. 1 then screens for 3 at the top of the key. On the read, 3 can make a back-cut to the rim. If that happens and 3 isn’t open, 5 can dribble to the elbow looking to give the ball up on a hand-off. The Warriors can then continue the motion with 4 giving the ball to 3 on a hand-off and 1 setting a screen behind the hand-off.
Golden State Warriors Post Plays – Zipper Post ISO
5 screens for 2 then gets a post pass. 1 clears to the opposite corner as 2 and 4 set a staggered screen for 3.