Pat Summitt used this multi-option set to attack the defense from side-to-side. The initial option is the UCLA cut, which is a staple of the high post offense. The cut removes the hard hedge from the wing ball screen. If an advantage is not created, the cutter from the UCLA screen is sprinting off of a weakside screen and looking for a corner three point shot.

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