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The San Antonio Spurs used this after timeout play to get a layup for Danny Green off a slip screen. 5 flashed up the lane to receive the pass from 1. 2 sets a flare screen for 1, then slips the screen to cut to the basket for a layup.
Zipper Series Breakdown
Zipper = a cut off a down screen up the free throw lane line.
3 sets that involve a Zipper action as the base and finish with a different aciton: America, Slice and Flex.
Zipper Series plays are great for a players who have difficulty getting open, or a point guard who is a primary scorer. This plays also works well against teams who deny off the ball. As each set begins the same way, the defense does not know which action is coming after the Zipper, making it difficult to scout and guard.
The Detroit Pistons ran this action against the Minnesota Timberwolves. It has a lot of different options out of it. 1 can receive a pass after the back screen. If 1 does not receive the pass then they go set the flex screen for 2. After setting the screen they receive a down screen from 4. 5 makes the read on who is open between 2 or 1.
This is a play I used in the 90's at Oakland Community College to get a quick, easy post up. This misdirection play works well with a shooter and a 4 or 5 with size. You can also slip or pop the 4 off the screen.
Solid action to break down pressure defense and Blitz pick and roll coverage. Fraport Skyliners Head Coach Gordon Herbert drew this up as an ATO to get his team a momentum changing look at the rim.