The start and end are the same as a 3-men wave, the exception being that the after the first two passes the ball is passed to the coach. When the coach receives the ball, a signal is given from the coach and the players slide into a defensive stance back to the baseline. When at the baseline, the coach passes the ball to the player in the middle and they do a simple 3-man wave( 3 passes limit, no dribble as shown on the diagrams).
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