This is one of the options that the Memphis Grizzlies run out of their "Shuffle" series. The play starts with the PG making the hit-ahead pass then cuts through to the opposite side of the floor. 5 then flashes to the strong side elbow to set a shuffle screen after the pass to the corner. If the initial cut off the shuffle screen isn't available for a score, 4 sets a flare for 2 on the weak side then 3 sets a rip screen for 4 (STS action). Immediately after the rip screen, 3 sprints into a DHO with 5 and stops behind for a shot if defense goes under.
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HIT-AHEAD & THRU CUT...SWING-SWING
PASS TO CORNER
4/2 FLARE...3/4 RIP SCREEN...5/3 DHO
Nice option from the Grizzlies out of their "Shuffle" series. Lots of movement to shift the defense before the multiple screening action on the weakside. Seeing a lot of teams have incorporated that rip screen into a DHO to get a shot now. pic.twitter.com/ojeF2pu0dz— Ryan (@ry_nguyen) November 13, 2018
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