How UNC used Spain pick-and-roll to sink Michigan


In the second half, dialed up a series of plays from North Carolina's Spain pick-and-roll action. UNC executed and pushed a 10-point lead to 15 in a span of 90 seconds. "Spain" pick-and-roll is a stack ball-screen formation that includes an off-ball back screen for the player who set the initial screen. It’s also nothing new around these parts. (ACC Sports Journal)

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How UNC used Spain pick-and-roll to sink Michigan


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