Here is a play that Brad Stevens likes to run with the Celtics.
This quick hitter is designed to get your shooting guard a clean look at the basket after coming off a down screen and accepting the dribble hand-off. This Pistol play can be run out of several sets.
This play can be run to either side.
1 starts on the right side of the floor.
2 and 3 start on the opposite wings above the free throw line. Both need to be good shooters with 3 having the ability to shoot from beyond the arc.
4 and 5 are both post players. They begin the play on opposite elbows.
You want 5 to be the post player that can stretch the floor a little.
1 initiates the play by dribbling to the left side of the floor.
As he is dribbling across the court, 4 steps up to set ball screen for 1.
2 and 3 slide down to the corners.
As 1 comes off 4's ball screen, 5 pops up to top of key.
4 rolls to the basket.
1 pitches ball back to 5.
1 goes to set a down screen for 2.
4 clears lane.
2 takes his man a few steps toward the lane line, then blasts off of 1's screen.
As 2 is coming off 1's screen, 5 dribbles toward 2 and hands the ball-off.
1 fades to the left corner
2 looks for short-jumper or drop the ball into 4, who is sealing off his man in the lane.