The post principle that was talked about in the post called “Real Estate with Players in the Post” and is part of Read & React Layer 6: Post Screens states you must have a good reason to change sides of the lane. One of those reasons would be an invitation screen from a cutting teammate. The last post also talked about players in the post setting screens for cutting teammates and setting “Pin Screens” for players on the perimeter. With the “Invitation Screen”, the role has reversed and it is the cutter that is setting a screen for a teammate that is in the post on the weak-side. The reason it is called an Invitation screen is because the cutter is inviting his or her teammate to use the screen and come to the ball-side of the lane. After setting an Invitation screen the player can choose to fill out to an open perimeter spot, back screen his or her way out, set or receive a “Pin Screen”, or simply stay inside. An “Invitation Screen” provides many scoring opportunities for both the player receiving and setting the screen.
You can find an explanation of the “Invitation Screen” and the multiple scoring opportunities in the VOD (Video on Demand) library: “Read and React Layer 7: Cutter Screens – Action C: Screens on the Post“.
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