Tigers: Five Out Ball Screen Quick Hitter

Simple quick hitter to get you a lay up using clear out and ball screen.  
Players start in our normal 5 out formation.   4 starts the play by cutting to left corner.  2 and 3 slide up a little to improve space.   5 makes a basket cut and then stops in the lane.   1 then takes a few dribbles toward the right wing.  
Frame 1
5 sprints back to set a ball screen for 1.
Frame 2
1 looks to turn the corner and get to rim, if possible. If 1 can't score, he will look to hit 5 on the roll. If neither option is there, 1 can pass the ball to 4 in the corner or hit 3 circling to the right wing as a safety valve. If no shot is taken, the play should seamlessly flow into motion offense.
Frame 3
Alternate Set - Starting from 1-4 Low To disguise the play, you can start from a 1-4 low set.  2 and 3 initiates the play by making cuts to the free throw line extended and wing, respectively. 4 will then cut to weakside corner. After 4 clears, 5 comes up and sets ball screen and then rolls to bucket.
Frame 4
Players start out in our normal 5 out formation.   4 starts the play by cutting to left corner.  2 and 3 slide up a little to improve space.   5 makes a basket cut and then stops in the lane.   1 then takes a few dribbles toward the right wing.  
Frame 5
5 sprints back to set a ball screen for 1.
Frame 6
1 looks to turn the corner and get to rim, if possible. If 1 can't score, he will look to hit 5 on the roll. If neither option is there, 1 can pass the ball to 4 in the corner or hit 3 circling to the right wing as a safety valve. If no shot is taken, the play should seamlessly flow into 5 out motion. 
Frame 7
Alternate Set - Starting from 1-4 Low To disguise the play, you can start from a 1-4 low set.  2 and 3 initiates the play by making cuts to the free throw line extended and wing, respectively. 4 will then cut to weakside corner. After 4 clears, 5 comes up and sets ball screen and then rolls to bucket.
Frame 8




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