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Teams need to be able to run special plays for the best shooters out of sets that appear similar to disguise what they may be trying to execute. Here is a great way to get a nice 3 pt look out of a 3out/2in set.
One aspect I like is that it is based on a principle that could be woked into your offense as an "automatic". If your "shooter" sets an on ball screen for the PG it could *automatically* trigger this action.
This way you could discreetly communincate with that player - or if your shooter is "feeling it" he could set the action in motion on his own. At the coinclusion of the play the offense is still in a 3out/2in set to continue it's normal attack.