In the Point Shuffle the players starting positions are the same as in the Deweyville Shuffle. This is a shuffle you may want to use if you have a true point guard that you wish to keep out front in the offense. The major differences between the Point Shuffle and the Deweyville Shuffle are:
(1) The point will ALWAYS play the point and will not rotate from it.
(2) After the first cutter and the second cutter cut off the post's screen the post moves to the feeder position.
Diagrams 104-106 show the movements of the Point Shuffle.