Brad Stevens is the master of the clipboard and here is a great late game play. This play can be used to get a quick layup or an open three-point shot from the wing, depending on how the defense plays or the time and score.
1 should start in the backcourt to allow for more spacing.
5 starts on the free throw lane line at the elbow on the right side.
2 begins on the free throw lane line at the elbow on the left side.
3 is on the left wing either inside or outside the three-point line.
4 should be a good ball-handler and passer.
2 initiates the play by curling off of 5's screen. The screen should be a hit and go.
5 then will lift toward 1 at mid-court to set a back screen for 1.
1 will cut toward the basket, slightly angling the cut towards 4.
4 will inbounds the ball to 1.
3 takes a few hard steps toward the basket and then will space out wide to the three-point line.
4 steps inbounds after the pass.
2 finishes the cut to the right corner.
3 stays wide, outside the three-point line.
5 runs to the rim.
1 drives to the basket.
1's options are...
1 - Attack the basket.
2 - Pull-up for a short jumper.
3 - Pass the ball to 5, who goes to bucket or pulls-up for jumper.
4 - Pass it out to 2, 3, or 4 for a perimeter shot.
Alternative Play - 1 Is Not Open:
This play starts the same as the original play.
However, 1 is not open, so 4 does not pass the ball to 1.
1 continues basket cut.
2 continues cut to right corner.
5 peels back to inbounder off back screen. 4 passes to 5.
1 pauses around the rim.
After 4 steps inbounds after the pass, 2 and 4 exchange.
2 continues up cutting toward 5, who is dribbling towards 2.
5 hands off to 2.
2 dribbles toward the three-point break line.
There are two options from here depending on your personnel and the defense.
1 - 1 can set back screen for 3, and then pop-out to wing for possible three-pointer.
2 - 3 can set a downs screen for 1.
If 1 doesn't shoot, 1 could drive or look for 3 posting up.
1 also drives to the hoop or 2 also could go set a ball screen.
Other Notes & Tips:
Spacing in the opening alignment is key.
2 could also begin the play in the center at the top of the circle.
If defense doesn't shift with 2 on the curl, 4 could slip the ball to 2.
If 1 isn't able to catch the inbounds, 5 would peel back to the ball as the safety.
If 5 has the range, they can shoot from the three-point line. Otherwise, 5 should crash the boards unless they receive the pass.
Resource: 60 Baseline Out of Bounds (BLOB) Scoring Plays