The following comes from some clinic notes listening to Chad Walthall, now head coach at Minnesota State University.
#1 Turn the Corner (vs. no hedge by defender) -- guard drives low and tight.
#2 Hesitate & Go (vs. soft hedge) -- at level of screen, hesitate, eyes on the rim...key to make the hedge man relax.
#3 Split the Hedge -- after clearing the screen low and right, explode on the split...dribble below the knees (must under-utilized part of offensive ball screening)
#4 Fake the Split -- then inside/out dribble to the paint.
#5 Reject the Screen (guard's man completely blocks the path of the driver)
#6 Shooting Behind (vs. ball defender going behind) -- shot must come directly behind screen.
#7 Re-Screen (vs. screener's defender showing big, flat hedge) -- drive over the screen, then crossover and use the screen again toward the baseline. Screener turns to the inside on second screen getting you closer to the basket.
#8 Early Slip (vs. guard's defender jumping low toward baseline) -- driver splits between his man and the screen. Counter is to take the split.