Swoop: All fundamentals, yes. What you got for me?
Broadway: We got the Pick and Roll.
Swoop: The Pick and Roll, like an afro pick and some curlers is that what you talking about?
Swoop: You trying to get a permanent?
Broadway: A permanent what? A priest?
Swoop: No like a permanent, a perm.
Broadway: Oh you talking about '70's style.
Swoop: I'll holler at that, know what I'm saying. Going side to side. I got baby hair right now.
Swoop: Yeah, swear to God, son. I'm trying to make it look fresh.
Broadway: Yeah, okay. We going work on the basketball Pick and Roll.
Swoop: Oh, that kind of stuff.
Broadway: Yeah, yeah.
Swoop: Oh that's why we here. Okay, I roll.
Broadway: The Screen and Roll. That's why we on a basketball court.
Swoop: The Pick and Roll.
Broadway: Got it?
Swoop: Okay, cool, cool.
Swoop: So now this is, like basketball is a team sport so now we can do all that one on one stuff but the best thing to do is work together, right?
Broadway: Yeah team of we.
Swoop: Team of we.
Swoop: So I'm going to bring in somebody to help you out. To get you more buckets, because you know I like buckets.
Swoop: You know what they call me in the hood?
Broadway: What? What?
Broadway: Because you get buckets.
Swoop: I get buckets.
Broadway: Six piece, five piece, twenty piece.
Swoop: No, no only a two piece with a biscuit.
Broadway: Okay so he's going to be the person handling the ball. He being the expert.
Broadway: King Arthur.
Swoop: You bring King Arthur in. He handles the ball but he's really just trying to get you open to get you what?
Swoop: Because good point guards get their team mates buckets.
Broadway: Yeah, you feed them.
Swoop: You know what, let's go to the court and let's check out what a Screen and Roll is all about.
Broadway: Let's do it. Alright, Swoop now we in position to get a good Screen and Roll. Now everybody has a job here. Arthur's job is to bring his defender to you. Your job is to stand still, get a wide base, protect yourself, and set a solid screen on Arthur's defender. So then when you set a screen on Arthur's defender his job is to come shoulder to shoulder with you, come off, and attack the basket, and go as far as he can, and then create a lay where he can pass the ball to you, or get a shot himself.
Swoop: Now, Broadway, I want to make sure which way I need to be facing.
Broadway: Well, if Arthur is coming to you this way you want to have your whole body facing the wall or get a good angle where Arthur can actually come off of you. Then after you set the screen you want to do what is called opening up to the ball.
Broadway: So you are going to set the screen, then you are going to pivot, and open up to the ball and follow it right down the lane. So you can get a passing angle to get you, what?
Swoop: Lay up.
Swoop: So now Broadway, just to make sure. My back is always pointing to the direction that I want Arthur to go to.
Swoop: Once we rub shoulder to shoulder I'm going to open up to the ball. One motion, hand up creating a target for him to pass the ball to.
Broadway: And very important you want to make sure that you guys aren't too close together so Arthur can get a pass to you, or get a lay up for himself. Because the defense can play both of you at the same time.
Swoop: Nice, makes sense. Let's give it a shot.
Broadway: It's all about court spacing.
Swoop: Alright, cool, cool, cool.
Broadway: So you want to come up just a little bit higher Swoop. Come up a little bit higher.
Swoop: Screen, screen.
Broadway: He's set to screen for you. Arthur walks the man down, he comes off tight, there you go.
Swoop: Buckets, you like that. My bucket dance, my bucket dance. Yeah, dog, my bucket. That's my bucket dance, I do that after every time I score.