Hide your shooter in the far corner opposite the ball, then have that player come off multiple screens to the top of the set for another open 3-pointer.
Why use it
It’s a great play when you want to create an open 3-pointer off a special situation.
The point guard takes the ball out of bounds. The shooter, 4, is near the opposite corner. 2 is on the weak-side wing. 3 sets up near the ball-side block with 5 on the ball-side elbow.
How to play
2 runs low and screens for 4. 4 begins to curl around the perimeter. 3 comes across the lane and screens for 2. 2 moves along the baseline . 2 continues along the baseline and is flashing toward the ball. 3 curls back toward the hoop. 5 now turns to the weak side, steps to the middle and screens for 4. 4 comes off 5’s screen and is open for a pass at the top . 2 keeps coming toward the ball-side corner to command defensive attention. 4 catches and shoots in rhythm .
It’s hard to keep attention away from a shooter who has just knocked down a 3-pointer but by starting 4 in the far corner, you are forcing the defense to cover the entire half-court area.