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Great set that the Hawks have run for the past couple of years for Joe Johnson. Although they run it for the 1 in this diagram, there are many different ways you could put a shooter in that spot to get him a shot.
This half-court set is a great play if you need a 3-pointer at the end of a game or out of a timeout. The pinch-double screen is a great way to free up your best shooter because its screening action that a lot of defenses don't prepare for regularly. It's important that your 4 and 5 come together shoulder to shoulder along the FT line.
The Washington Wizards ran this play down 4 with 15.7 seconds left to give them a quick opportunity to get back in the game. After the zipper action get the inbounds pass in, they were able to use the elevator screen to free up their shooter to knock down a 3.
UPSET ALERT: Coach Haase called this BLOB play in the closing minutes of the game against Iowa State. The shooter starts at the opposite block and sets an up-screen to start the play. After setting the up-screen, 2 slips in between the elevator screen from 4 and 5. 1 makes the entry pass to 2 for an open 3-point shot on the wing.