All of the following are basic cues to make a through run except:
The highlighted player has the ball, and the forward for the white team is deciding between two through runs. Based on the positioning of the defense and their shape, which run is a better option?
The white team is attacking to the right, player #1 is about to check to the ball, and the defender will follow. That is a cue for player #2 to:
When you make a through run behind the back line into space as shown below, why should you run across (or parallel with), the back line?
Of the 4 types of through runs we explored, the straight pass to straight run option is the most desirable.