Use this frontcourt, side out-of-bounds play when you will be making the inbounds pass from the key to free throw line area (because of the potential lob pass). This may also be useful in the last seconds of a game, half or quarter.
The players will line up in a box set, as shown. O5 and O2 are on the low blocks and O4 and O1 are at the elbows. Ideally, O4 should be a good jumper because of the lob designed for him; if he/she is not a leaper, that may be fine if the backscreen is set and used well.
When the official hands the ball to O3, O4 will set a cross screen for O1. O1 should fake the downscreen on O2 and then come off of O4’s screen.
O2 sets the back screen for O4 and continues to the corner off of O5’s screen. O5 is setting the screen for O2 and then should open up to the ball.
O3 has four possible receivers; O4 on the lob; O1, who is cutting to the ball; O2 in the near corner; or O5, who is stepping to the basketball after O2 clears.