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Flood is a quick hitter that can produce a jump shot or quick post feed. Flood means that three players will get to one side of the floor; right side, in a quick manner. This will put 2 alone on left side so he can take advantage of 5's hard down screen. Timing and floor positioning are important. This play will yield a quick basket most of the time. Give it a try.
The Texas Longhorns ran this set several times against Kansas on 1/19/13.
Rick Barnes heavily relied on two-man game when he had T.J. Ford. Here is another set that he can run multiple reads/counters from.
John Beilein has many sets that he likes to use with the Wolverines this year and this is one of them in a shot clock situation.
The timing on the screens is important to make this play effective.
The best way to hit a zone is to go right at it. This quick hitter will get you a shot in the interior of the defense. The screens on the top two defenders allows middle penetration and brings the center away from the rim.
Florida combines their PNR Offense with quick hitters
In this 1-4 low set, the Gators did not get Wilbekin free for a shot, but they continued into their PNR offense
This set has a lot of options if run through with patience.