The statement that the pick-and-roll is an example of both a team and an individual sport strategy is false. The pick and roll in is an offensive play which involves an offensive player setting a screen for a teammate in possession of the basketball. Pick and roll is an example of team strategy, but not of individual strategy.
The pick-and-roll is an example of both a team and an individual sport strategy.
The pick and roll refers to a two-person basketball play which creates little room between one of the offensive players and the defensive player that is guarding them. The offensive player dribbles around the ball screen and look in order to score. The screener then open up to the ball, and cuts to the basket. It is the simplest way to execute offensively and also a foundational tactics in basketball.