Baseline Zoom action
Zoom action (pin screen into a dribble hand-off) can be run ballside or weakside on a baseline out of bounds.
See YouTube video - Zoom Action (at 11:57).
The inbounder is a great player to use zoom action with because their defender will usually be sitting inside to protect the basket.
a) Northern Iowa
A simple ballside play, 1 inbounds to 5 over the top, uses a pin screen from 2 and gets a DHO.
A simple weakside play. From a box set, the top players cut to the corners, 5 pops for the inbounds pass.
4 screens for 1 then clears, 1 gets a DHO.
(Variation) - 2 also screens for 1, who can go either way.
Davidson runs the same play but adds 4 screening for 3.
See YouTube video - Offensive Action Taking Over Basketball (at 7:30).
Ballside zoom action with a swing pass.
4 pops out for the inbounds pass, 3 gets in position to screen for 1, 4 passes to 5 and clears.
(Variation) - 4 stays to screen for 1, see Princeton below.
1 comes off the pindown for a DHO, 5 rolls.
3) Golden State
See YouTube video - NBA's Most Used Play (at 8:38).
Ballside zoom action using a backscreen instead of a pin down.
3 runs off a screen by 5 (or a staggered screen by 4 and 5), 5 gets the inbounds pass.
1 screens for 3 then gets a DHO from 5.
See YouTube video - Zoom/Chicago (at 1:52).
Ballside zoom action using a staggered screen for a shooter in the corner, not for the inbounder.
4 pops out for the inbounds pass, 1 gets in position to screen, 4 swings the ball to 5,
1 and 4 stagger screen for 2 into a DHO.