VIDEO: This is the weirdest inbounds play you'll see all day

Dear Brad Stevens,

Or any coach, for that matter. We know how you enjoy your after-timeout play designs and don’t care whether they come from a fellow NBA coach or a girls’ basketball program in North Carolina, so long as it works.

And this one definitely worked.

Here’s how you draw it up: Send three of your players to one corner of the floor, where they get on their hands and knees, as one opponent chases them and the other four sort of stand in bewilderment. That allows for another of your players to sneak behind the stunned defense for an easy layup. Boom. Works every time. Or once. At least until the opposition wakes up.

It’s really a variation of the barking dog inbounds play that pops up every few years or so.

Except, multiply the confusion by three and fully depend on a 1-on-5 situation working out.

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P.S. It also helps to have a super cute fan randomly spinning in circles on the sidelines, too.

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