PHASE 1: Begin in a 1-3-2 (counting from behind). Spin the ball around the perimeter. As the ball gets to A1, he carries and A3 drops below GLE. At the same time M2 drops to the crease slot. The formation is now 2-3-1.
PHASE 2: As the ball gets to M3, he drives toward M1. M1 dummy cuts inside while M3 breaks at a 45 degree angle for the shot. A2 breaks at a 45 degree angle to replace M3.
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