For Tony Parker (#1). 2 zipper cuts for a pass, then 1 uses a 5-3-2 triple screen, 3 clears.
Option - 5 turns to screen for 3 (see below).
If X4 shows on the last screen, 4 may be open.
See Offence - San Antonio Spurs, Fast breaks - Spurs 2007.
The last screener can turn and set a step-up ballscreen for Parker.
2 should be a good shooter, he often gets good looks out top, so much attention is paid to 1.
Duncan will flarescreen for 2 (shown).
Or here 5 runs into a pick and roll, 4 clears weakside.
1 can cut middle over the first screen if his defender takes away a baseline cut, 5 can change the screen angle.
1 can come back out the same side if his defender cheats over the first screen, 5 re-screens. 3 goes back out the other side.
They often go to a blind pig if Parker is denied, the post flashes high for a pass, look for a backdoor cut then a two-man game e.g. Parker comes back out for a dribble hand-off.
Here 5 screens for 1 then turns and screens for 3.
5 seals for a post entry on a pass to 3.
When 5 attacks, 4 sets a hammer screen for a corner three.