Here is a multi-option baseline out of bounds play from Tim Schuring. This play gives you two options with players cutting to the basket for a lay up. And it involves a staggered screen that gets your shooter open for a perimeter shot.
Here is the formation for the baseline out of bounds play.
1 is the passer.
2 starts under the basket.
3 starts at the top of the key.
5 is in the corner.
4 forms a box with 3 & 5.
Make sure that 4 doesn't come closer to the 3-point line. You want to form a true box.
Option 1 - 3 Weakside Dive:
2 screens for 3. 3 dives to the weakside.
Option 2 - Single, Single Screen:
If 3 is not open, 3 clears to the corner.
As 2 approaches to set the screen (diagram above), 4 & 5 position themselves for a staggered (single, single) screen for 2.
2 cuts to the corner for a shot.
Option 3 - 5 Slips:
If 2 is not open, 5 slips the screen and cuts to the basket.
Option 4 - Safety Valve:
4 is the safety valve. 4 works the rim line to the sideline to get open.
Yes. 3 keys against zone: - 5 man must screen outside, bottom defender. - 4 man shapes to high post after he sets screen. - 2 man may need to stop early (before the corner) when coming off the staggered screen