This is our entry into the little-big back screen that the Utah Jazz used with John Stockton and Karl Malone back in the day. You may be able to get the ball to the 2 on the first basket cut, but more often than not the x5 defender will be sagging on the back screen, leaving 5 open to catch on the wing. If your 5 isn't a shooter, you may want to change up personnel to avoid allowing that defender to play off the ball and take away the entry to 4.
1) 1 gives to 3 on the dribble handoff while 5 v-cuts to back screen for 2. 4 steps out to set a middle ball screen for 3.
2) 3 comes off 4's ball screen and hits 5 shaping up after the back screen for 2.
3) 2 v-cuts to back screen for 4 diving to the rim. 5 hits 4 to catch & finish.
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