A back screen is a basketball maneuver involving two players, called a cutter and a screener. The screener remains stationary on the court while the cutter moves toward the basket and attempts to use the screener to separate himself from his defender.
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... by the screener (who has not moved while setting the screen) and the cutter will have an opportunity to receive a pass very near the basket ... A back-screen becomes effective when the cutter is defended very closely ... often has her back turned to the basket and cannot see the screen being set ...
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