"'O, reason not the need." - King Lear (Shakespeare)
Baking fundamentals into our offense brings them alive, makes them real. Combining them (vide infra) is even better. Movement births opportunity.
Give-and-go needs a minimum of two passes, one cut, and a finisher.
Simple top to wing give-and-go with 5 away. We can flash 5 to the weakside post to move x5.
Follow-on action depends on defensive reaction. The reason NOT THE NEED to keep 5 on the block is taking advantage of defensive help (above).
Guard wing give-and-go using 'traffic' away...defense caught in the wash.
Wing to high post give-and-go. If the defense gets confused, worst case scenario is isolation for 5 (3 must clear or cut and replace herself).
Corner to high post give-and-go. Isolation becomes teamwork.
Give-and-go becomes a pillar of good offense. Others? Just a
2. Pick-and-roll (and dribble handoff)
3. Isolation (1 on 1)
4. Back cuts
5. Staggered screens
7. Screen-the-roller (Spain pick-and-roll)
8. Three-on-three initiated by UCLA cut
9. Reverse action
Use offense to teach offense.