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ISO play

An example of the ISO play style.

Isolation (abbreviated as ISO) is a term commonly used by players to refer to a play style in which a player plays one-on-one against an opponent while other teammates create spaces for him/her to score by drawing the remaining opponents. The play style slightly differs depending on the team's composition and techniques, but in general, the main tactic remains unchanged.

Advantages Edit

  • Usable by any team composition (may require C or PF's shooting skills).
  • Flexible and easy to score by switching the main scorer who is not marked by a C, PF or CT.

Disadvatanges Edit

  • Requiring individual techniques.
  • Not effective against teams mainly composed of C, PF and CT.