Right now we’re going to talk about the proper
way to execute a back door cut. We talked to you earlier about moving with
a purpose, exploring what the defense gives you. Right now, Mr. 540 and myself, we’re going
to show you how you execute a back door cut. Hey, Mr. 540, let’s go on over here. The best way a back door cut can be executed
is when the defense is overplaying you on the top side of the ball. Say the ball is up on the top over here by
the wing area. The defensive player is overplaying Mr. 540
on the opposite side. Mr. 540 goes back door creating a direct line
to the basket. What we’re going to do is we’re going to run
this cut full motion. We’re going to show how Mr. 540 is able to
get open by using a simple V-cut motion, flashing towards the ball, breaking out towards the
basket. Let’s give it a shot, Mr. 540 Boom. That’s how you execute a back door cut.