1 passes to 2, basket cuts off 5 and posts up, 4 and 5 set a staggered downscreen for 3.
4 gets to 3's defender as low and quickly as possible. Clean-up man 5 adjusts his position based on whether X3 goes inside or outside 4, his screen is at or below the foul line so 3 can be in shooting range.
3 and 5 must read X3. Here X3 tails 3 around 4 (goes manside), so 5's screen is aligned with 4's outside shoulder. 5 looks to slip the screen if there is space between defenders.
Jeff Bauer - the second screen should be higher or lower than the second screener, the cutter should never curl off the first screen, run his defender through both screens.
John Brady - 5 reads the first screen to clean up X3 then reads X3 again to hold or readjust his screen, 3 will curl or fade the last screen.
Horns 1 Sixers - 1 dribble pushes 2 to the ballside block (see Horns 1 Barcelona for a similar play with an initial midscreen for 1).