5 screens for 2 then posts, 1 backscreens for 4 who comes off looking for a lob.
You want to throw it to 5, to 2 to dump into 5, to 4, or to 1 (four times out of five).
See Inbounds - Sideline 43, Ashbury.
(Defending a baseline out of bounds, the biggest mistake is putting a guy all over the ball, he has to cut off the weakside, and not be up so tight that the inbounder can pass around him. Always piggy-back any screen, don't go ballside. Don't give a cutter a choice, make him go through you to backcut. Don't help so much that a screener gets a layup.)