1) Simple version
5 is the inbounds passer. 3 and 4 fake towards the ball then break up the sidelines. 2 screens away for 1 then opens to the ball as a secondary receiver. 1 or 2 should be able to dribble up the middle or pass to 3 or 4 on the sidelines.
breakthroughbasketball.com - Against a zone press that pressures the inbounds passer, you should easily be able to inbounds the ball to outside receivers 3 or 4. Against a man-to-man press that is denying the inbounds pass, you want 3 and 4 to break upcourt as shown. 1 and 2 screen for each other.
If the defence is denying the sideline, 3 fakes long and cuts back to the middle. 4 goes long.
The ballhandler looks for 3 in the middle then 1 and 2 cut up the sidelines.
The ball can be reversed to 5 if 3 is denied.
hoopsu.com - Against a zone press, always have somebody in the middle of the floor. 4 deep should always move opposite the ball.
3 is the inbounds passer. 4 fakes long and cuts back hard for the inbounds pass, 1 and 2 fake cuts toward the ball. 1 cuts up the middle on the pass to 4.then goes to the ballside sideline, 2 follows to the middle. 5 goes long.
Ball reversal to 3.
5 inbounds, 3 fakes in then cuts long, 2 and 4 doublescreen for 1 then 4 releases to weakside halfcourt, 2 slides down to the weakside short corner.
5 can run the baseline and pass to 2, who looks for 1 and 4.
Option - 4 breaks back to the middle for the inbounds pass, then 1 and 2 cut upcourt.
2 takes off on a fly pattern as soon as 1 cuts over the top of the double screen.