Against halfcourt zone (or man) trapping defence.
a) 2-1-2 set
Use against an odd-front zone (1-3-1 or 1-2-2), or man-to-man pressure.
1 has three short pass options, and a long pass to 3 opposite.
Look to reverse the ball at least once before crossing halfcourt.
On a pass from 1 to 4, 3 pops out to the wing, 2 goes long opposite.
4 could skip it back to 1, behind ball level.
Don Meyer - the most important thing is crossing halfcourt in a position of power.
On a pass to the high post, 3 and 2 create an attacking triangle, 1 gets in vision.
If 4 passes to 3, 5 dives and 2 fills the high post.
Also use a 2-1-2 set to spread the floor (four corners) and protect a lead late in the game.
See Offence - Wootten four to score.
On a pass to 3, 1-4-5 provide three short pass options, 2 is long opposite.
5 comes across (when low, and dives when high).
See Zone offences - 1-3-1 basics, Kermit Davis vs 1-3-1.