Here are 7 BLOB options from Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks. Each one starts in the same formation out of a 1-4 low.
1 makes a lob pass to 5.
2 flashes to the elbow.
If 2 isn't open, 5 drives to the basket looking to score.
5 catches the lob pass and passes to 2.
2 looks for a shot or a drive to the basket.
5 catches the lob pass and looks to pass to 2.
If 2's defender over plays the cut to the elbow, 2 makes a back cut and gets a pass from 5 for a lay-up.
In option 4, 5 catches the lob pass and 2 makes the back cut but isn't open.
2 steps outside of the lane.
1 loops around 5 and gets the ball on a dribble hand-off.
If open, 1 takes a shot.
If 1 doesn't have a shot, he looks to pass to 3 in the corner or to 2 cutting off of a double screen from 4 and 5.
In this option, 5 catches the lob pass and passes to 2.
1 steps inbounds and sets a flex screen for 4.
2 looks to pass to 4 for a lay-up or dunk.
If 4 isn't open, he steps to the block looking to post up.
After screening for 4, 1 steps up to set a back-screen for 5.
2 looks to make a lob pass to 5.
In option 6, 5 catches the lob pass and passes across to 2.
1 again sets the flex screen for 4, but now in a more traditional flex pattern 5 sets a down screen for 1 who pops to the elbow for a shot.
In option 7, 1 steps in as if he is going to set the flex screen but instead cuts off of a double screen from 4 and 5.
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