This baseline out-of-bounds play has been run by Xavier University men's basketball team. The play is designed to get your best scoring post player a layup. You also have a counter with double staggered screens for your best shooter.
1 needs to be a good ball-handler and have the ability to shoot from beyond the arc.
3 needs to be a good ball-handler and passer.
2 should also be a guard or someone that is capable of handling the ball.
4 and 5 need to be post players, as they will need to know how to create separation and have good hands.
4 cuts out to the free throw line.
As he is using a defensive slide to keep separation as the defender will likely be denying the inbound pass.
1 will likely have to lob the inbounds pass in.
5 also releases to the elbow as a safety outlet.
After throwing the ball into 4, 1 will step on the court.
5 will set a wide down screen for 2 as soon as 4 catches the inbounds.
4 dribbles at 2 and hands the ball off to him.
3 cuts up to the wing.
As 2 is accepting the handoff, 1 goes to set a diagonal hand-off for 5.
2 looks for a quick reversal to 3.
Once 3 has the ball, 5 cuts back-door off of 1's screen.
If the lob is there, 3 will throw it.
If the lob is not there, 5 will cut across the lane for a possible post up opportunity.
2 and 4 can go set a staggered double to keep the defense occupied.
1 will cut off the double at the top of the key for a three-point shot or curl tight off the screen for a jumper from the elbow.
After 1 inbounds the ball to 4, 1 mills around the lane as 2 and 5 prepare to set a staggered double-screen for 1.
1 will come of the staggered double screen by 2 and 5 for a three-pointer around the left wing.