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A lot of teams play zone against SFA because of their efficiency running their man offense. Against zones, Coach Underwood likes to have two players up top and the other three form a triangle (corners and top of key). The player work freely in this triangle into openings and gaps.
Stephen F. Austin ran this BLOB set with 12:03 left in the 2nd Half against Notre Dame in the 2nd Round of the NCAA Tournament on 3/20/16. This set is designed to set a flare screen to get an open 3 point shot opportunity. For SFA, they executed it perfectly, but unfortunately missed the wide open shot.
This is another way to get into the pinch post offense. Instead of both weak side cutters going, a staggered screen is set for the weak side guard getting the players into the same formation as SFA's regular offense.
SFA often runs the exchange into the offense but doesn't have to do it all the time. Often times, they exchange to get a players where they want him in the formation. On this play, the big is bumped to the low post leaving a guard at the pinch post.