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Coach Dooley and FGCU used this play in the second half against FDU. The flash to the middle worked perfectly forcing the center zone defender up, the bottom zone defender in, and leaving the corner wide open for a 3.
FGCU used this play to start the game against Fairleigh Dickinson. The runner pulls the outside zone defender out leaving a 2 on 1 at the block. 5 screens the middle zone defender leaving the lob open.
Here is a nice zone quick hitter from A&M that overloads the left side of the floor. The Aggies then cut a guard into the lane and screen the bottom zone defenders opening up the 5 man near the block.
This play came out of a timeout from South Carolina and shifted the momentum of the game. The key in this set is the ball reversals that make the defense ignore the weak side short corner. One of the most important concepts of attacking a zone defense is ball movement and attacking the gaps, but I’m a firm believer that screening a zone is even more dangerous.