This is a full-court inbounds play that the Boston Celtics head coach Brad Stevens drew up with 4.7 seconds left before halftime against the Memphis Grizzlies. This was a play that Stevens created while he as at Butler three years ago. While the play didn't work for the Bulldogs, the C's executed the play perfectly resulting in an easy bucket.
1 and 5 should be on the same parallel line (easier to cross screen).
2 can start behind that parallel or on it. He should be between 1 and 5.
4 will help clear floor by stationing himself on the right hand side on the opposite side of the court -- so he can come back to the ball if necessary.
5 goes set a cross screen for 1.
2 takes a few hard run steps down the floor.
3 attempts to pass to 1 in stride.
After catching the inbounds pass, 1 quickly dribbles up the floor.
3 steps inbounds.
1 dribbles as far as he can and kicks the ball ahead to 4.
2 sets a back screen for 5, who runs hard to the basket.
4 passes the ball to 5 for a layup.