EASY to teach sideline inbounds play that you can install into your offense in 5 min at 1 practice. This inbounds play works best for teams with seasoned players who understand cutting top open space. This is not the best play for a new or really young team.
Keep the name simple, and kids will remember it faster.
I use this with my teams anywhere on the sideline to get open and create chaos. The teams I develop thrive in chaos and can create scoring opportunities in the confusion.
The teams you will go up against with this are not used to seeing 4 people on the opposite side of the court, and the first few times you use it, the defense will not know what to do or how to guard it.
Making this a great inbounds play to use 2 or 3 times during the game if you need it under heavy defensive pressure.
Also, see 4 High and 4 Low inbounds plays that go along with this but from the baseline. You can teach all of them in 15 min, and players will remember and like to run this. My 4 Side, Low, and High plays are the ones my players call the most as they enjoy the creativity it affords them.
On our website, you will find a free 2D printable version of this play you can print and hand out or add to a notebook.