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The "Pistol Action" has become very popular with teams at all levels. The LA Clippers ran this BLOB in Game 1 of their first round match-up against the Utah Jazz. It resulted in a wide open look. The play features multiple options. The double stagger flows into "Pistol Action." With a decision maker like Chris Paul, look for the Clippers to use this action in a variety of ways.
3 drift to the wing for the catch from 4's pin. 1 makes the pass and cuts through to the short corner as 5 pins for 2 and fills the opposite wing. The ball is swung around to 5.
4 sets a backscreen for 3 and then a stagger screen with 2 for 1. 1 catches and reverses to 2, who is flaring out from the stagger screen.
With 41.3 seconds in the 4th quarter and the Cavaliers up 117-115, Coach Tyronn Lue ran this EOG lob action for LeBron against the Toronto Raptors. With Channing Frye in the opposite corner to space the floor it eliminates weak-side help and gives LeBron space to cut to the rim on the strong-side of the floor.
Luke Walton ran this SLOB Elevator action for D'Angelo Russell in the 1st quarter in their game versus the Sacramento Kings. Having D'Angelo Russell fake the back screen for Julius Randle created the timing for him to get open through the screen as it made the defense hesitant.