We simulate most offense with small sided games (SSG). We are "teaching" the playground ball we learned as children. Lamenting changing times solves nothing. Rotate players through different offensive and defensive spots.
(Adapted from Bob Cousy, Basketball, 1970)
The coach initiates play with an allowed wing or post pass.
We're trying to simplify. Obviously, 3 could immediately shoot or drive. But we're developing "two-man game." We also not working on DHO (dribble handoff); we have separate DHO activity. Focus on give-and-go and screen-and-roll.
Post entry: (can work the pairing at low or high post)
3 can cut through to receive pass but at a minimum, understands she eliminates x3 from "digging" or doubling the post.
3 can relocate to an open area for a possible shot, isolation, or screen-and-roll.
Make it simple. Keep it simple. Do well what you plan to do a lot.