One of my favorite transition scoring moves to teach. Credit to Scott Morrison for the “Baby Euro” name. It’s called a “Baby Euro” because it is the same footwork as a regular “Euro Step,” but slowed down. The teaching on this is that a “Euro” is made on the secondary/help defender where as the “Baby Euro” is made on the primary defender. This is a great move in transition. In the halfcourt, this move will often be into a floater (or even to pass as help comes).