A screen in Basketball is when one man on your team free's up another player on your team by 'blocking' the defender as your teammate runs of the screen or 'block.' When setting the screen, you are not allowed to move your feet, otherwise it is an illegal screen and an offensive foul. After the screen has been set, the player is freed from his defending to dribble or shoot with extra space.
when playing man on man the person gaurding the man with the ball is blocked by an offensive player so the man with the ball can travel to the basket
A pick is a basketball screen. You run up to the guy and make your arms in a V formation.
Screen As in screening, screen door, and a screen (pick).
A legal screen is where the offensive player sets a screen while moving and does set his feet
If you are referring to Basketball, yes, it is legal.
A screen or a "pick". If it's done illegally, it's a moving screen usually.
Strategies-use plays. Some simple plays are Screen, Pick and Roll, Isolation etc.
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The center stays in the post. The point guard will often scope the screen or stay around the 3-point line. The power forward will be close to the center than anything else. The shooting guard will stay around the screen.
If you do not already have a fantasy team here is how: you must go on ESPN.com, then go to fantasy and games, Then you click on fantasy basketball, Then look over on the right side of the screen and it SHOULD say "my teams" you click on basketball and it should say join or create and then you click on join note: if you don't have an ESPN account it will not work
Nope you have to have the ball and give it to someone else and they have to make a shot, but a screen you don't have the ball your just getting into someones way