Late game situations are becoming more important as the talent gap in all levels get closer. Here is a set that we used when I was at Pinecrest that allowed us to bring our shooter from the weak side to the strong side as the defense defended the drive. You can easily put your number 1 scoring option in the 3 spot as an adjustment.
The original alignment is a 4-out set.
1. (1) passes the ball to (2) on the wing.
2. (1) then makes a basket cut through the lane.
3. (5) sprints out to set a ball screen for the (2) on the wing.
4. (2) rejects the ball screen and drives baseline like looking to attack the block.
5. Just as that is happening (4) and (5) sprint to the respective elbows looking to set a staggered/double screen for (3).
6. (3) sprints to the ball side wing off the screens set by (4) and (5) and looks to shoot the jump shot.
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