Golden State Warriors Post Up Plays

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.

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