Chin - 1 passes to 2, shuffle cuts off 5's backscreen at the high post, 2 swings the ball to 3.
1 looks for a layup off a pass from 2 or 3, and can exit low or post up (shown).
If X5 helps on the backscreen, 5 may be open inside.
3 backcuts if overplayed.
Here they run chin and 2 cuts weakside using 5, setting up a flarescreen for 3 on a post entry to 1.
NBA Coaches Playbook - 5 backscreens for 1 then screens at the other elbow for 2, who cuts weakside. The other option is that 2 uses the elbow screen to get a pass from 3 for a shot or drive.
See Flarescreen, also Chin flow, Side pick and roll.
On a dribble hand-off, exchange on the weakside.
3 backcuts if overplayed, then posts on whatever side 4 passes to, 4 and 5 stagger screen on the weakside.
Flarescreen - most often, run chin then 5 flarescreens for 2.
See Offence - Tubby Smith flex.
Double pin-down - if 2 is not open, he curls the flarescreen and cuts up the middle, 3 passes to 5, 3 and 4 pin down for 1 and 2.
5 can dribble hand-off to 1 or 2 as they come off the pin-downs (shown).
Chin flow - run chin then flow right into the double pin-down option, 2 passes to 3 and basket cuts, instead of using a flarescreen.
Charlotte Hornets - guards 1 and 2 backscreen for 3 and 4.
Side pick and roll - run chin, 2 passes to 3 and basket cuts, 5 ballscreens instead of getting a pass to set up double pin-down. 1 fills behind.
See Zone set plays - Nets forwards out, Fast breaks - Early dribble-drive ballscreens (Butler).
Run chin but 2 cuts to the ballside corner, 5 downscreens for 1 to come back out top.
1 passes and shuffle cuts, 2 passes to 4 instead of 3, 1 posts ballside, 5 and 2 stagger screen for 3.
UCLA - 1 passes to 4 instead of 2, cuts and posts up using 5, who then ballscreens if there is no pass to 1.
1 can exit weakside (shown) or fill behind the ballscreen.
NBA Coaches Playbook - 1 cuts and posts, 5 pops out for a pass from 4, who pins down for 1.
Double-drag option - instead of a UCLA cut, 1 ballscreens with 5 for 4.