Here is a baseline out of bounds play (BLOB) from the 1-4 low set. The University of Arizona men's basketball team used this play in a 2014 NCAA Tournament game against the Michigan Wolverines.
Right away, you can get a wide open look under the basket via a flex screen. After this, there are various screens including a down screen, a cross screen, and a back screen that gives you multiple scoring opportunities on the perimeter or in the post.
1 inbounds the ball. 1 needs to be a good decision-maker, ball-handler and three-point shooter.
The other four players give a 4-flat look, starting on level with the rim.
Your two post players start on ball-side and your guards start on the opposite side.
4 begins at the low-block on his side of the floor and 5 is outside the three-point arc.
Similarly, 2 is on the opposite low-block and 3 begins outside the three-point line.
Note: 5 is your best post scorer. 2 is your best shooter.
4 initiates the play by lifting out to the three-point line. 4 catches the ball around the right slot.
1 passes the ball over the top to 4.
Note: As soon the official hands the ball to 1, 4 and 5 turn their bodies sideways to fend off their defenders while calling for the ball.
Following the inbounds pass, 1 steps inbounds and cuts to the opposite wing.
2 cuts across the lane to the opposite low block.
3 straight line cuts to the left slot. In the video, it's a step above the free throw line.
2 sets a screen for 5.
4 reverses the ball to 3.
As the ball is being reversed, 5 flex cuts to the strong side low-block.
5 seals the defender and stops at the rim for a split second while looking for an entry pass. If a pass isn't made, 5 slides to the low block.
4 sets a down screen for 2. 2 cuts to the three-point line.
3 has four options:
1. Shoot the ball.
2. Pass to 1 on the wing.
3. Pass to 5 posting on initial seal.
4. Pass to 2 for a three-point shot.
5. Pass to 4 who opens up after the screen.
If 3 passes the ball to 1 and 1 doesn't have a shot.
1 can enter the ball to 5 in the post or pass to 2 coming off 3's cross screen for three-point shot.
If 2 doesn't have a shot, 4 sets a screen for 3.
3 can cut back door or flare out to the wing.
4 lifts up to left slot following his screen, if 3 is unable to receive the pass.