A very well designed late game SLOB play by the Thunder. For coaches looking to run this set, I believe it is important to make sure your best ball-handler/playmaker is coming off the double ballscreen, as this will make the man guarding the second screener to show/hedge out because he has to respect the ball-handler on the drive/shot and this rotation could make him late getting back to his own man. This is also effective if the defense is switching, because now the man coming off the fade screen has a mismatch. The Thunder do a great job here clearing out the side so that if Durant does not have a shot, he has plenty of room to take his man.
- 1 cuts to the top.
- 4 gets weakside low.
- 2 passes to 1 and then sprints to weakside corner.
- 5 & 3 (Kevin Durant) set a double ballscreen for 1.
- 5 sets a fade screen for 3.
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