I've heard it called the "Long One and One," your first step (and dribble) when driving to the basket should be a bit longer than usual. A long first step with the same foot as the ball hand alongside or a little beyond the nearest defender's foot. For the dribble, use a long, high dribble that is pushed out more "behind" your defender as you drive hip-to-hip. The whole point of the Long One and One is to gain an advantage by getting to the basket quicker, in hopes of forcing the opponent to open up his/her defense when trying to defend us.
Source: Shot Science!