In the event you need to get a quick score while taking the basketball out of bounds from your backcourt baseline, “Double X” is a nice play to get the ball inbounds. It should give a player the chance to get open to receive the pass. If you run this with at :03 seconds on the clock, you’ll also give that player time to make a quick move and/or pass to create a solid scoring opportunity.
O3 takes the ball out of bounds. O4 and O5 start on the free throw line and O1 and O2 start on the low block.
O5 and O4 are facing O1 and O2. When the official hands the basketball to O3, O1 and O2 take a step or two away and then cut off of the double screen set as O4 and O5 step forward to set the screen.
O2 cuts below the screen and O1 cuts over the top. O4 cuts back toward O3 after setting the screen. O5 stays and looks for the long inbounds pass (rare as tough pass to make) or a shorter pass from a teammate who catches the inbounds pass (possible).
O3 will hit the open teammate who will then look to score very quickly.
Depending upon time left on clock, there should be time to catch and make a dribble or two and/or a pass to get a good scoring look.