Penn State, under Head Coach Jerry Dunn, would run this BLOB set to get a backdoor layup off a slip from 4.
This play start with an offset line set on the opposite side of the ball. the best shooting 4 should be in the back of the line. The 2 guard should be opposite the ball on the block.
The 3 pops directly to the corner. The 2 will curl around the 4 and The 5 will set a rub screen on the 2's defender. the 4 will slip to the basket, from the back side for a layup, after 2 curls. The 1 should be looking for 2 and 4 a the primary target. If 2's defender follows, the 2 will be open, if the defender stay inside the 4 will be open.
The 5 is the safety outlet, Will pop straight back if the 2 or 4 does not receive the ball. The 3 will screen in for the 2 and 4 will screen in for the 1, so that we have shooter in the corner.
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