kids need to learn to both expect and handle the hand-off.
This won’t be easy.
post player must learn not to pass behind the cutters or
at their feet. When you do lay-up drills, put the post guys
at the top of the key so everyone passes to them and then
cuts to get the ball back and lay it up.
must be maintained. This is a good habit to learn, no matter
the offensive set.
the kids are familiar running the patterns, have the post
move from side to side. Whatever side the post is on will
be the strong side and that is the triangle side. It works