Illegal Screen, Pick’n Roll, “angle” screen
This is an example of an offensive foul for an illegal screen set in a pick’n roll situation. All players setting screens must give their moving opponents the opportunity to stop and/or change direction. The distance needed to be given will depend on the speed of the opponent. On this play, the offensive player setting the screen steps into the path of the moving defender without giving that defender the opportunity to stop and/or change direction. This is an offensive foul for an illegal screen.