This set play starts with a dribble hand-off and an on-ball screen to create misdirection and dribble-drive opportunity. Executed well, it allows for penetration right down the lane.
In this set we are looking for (1) to drive the ball towards (2) on the right wing. As (1) is driving (2) will look to come “over the top” and receive a dribble hand off from (1).
Meanwhile (5) is looking to step out above the 3-point line to set a screen for (2) who is coming right back around to the left side.
Once (2) recieves the dribble hand off from (1) they will look to go right back towards the left side of the floor.
Meanwhile (5) should be set outside of the 3-point line looking to set a screen for (2) who will then look to turn the corner and attack the basket.
As (2) attacks the basket, (4) will look to leave the left block and go to the right block. (3) will look to rotate up from the very corner of the left wing and look for a kick-out pass from (2) if the defense collapses. (5) meanwhile after setting the screen will look to roll to an open area towards the basket. (1) will look to rotate back towards the top and (1) will be back on defense.