Florida five cycles
Make 5 layups on 5 trips in 35 seconds, everyone shoots.
To start play, coach scores while five players are jogging in a circle.
Paul Hewitt - putback any miss.
Bob Hurley - coach throws the ball to start, rebound and outlet to 1, score on every trip (putback any miss), the first big inbounds to 1, make 3 out of 5 shots in 35 seconds (try for 4 makes, two shots are layups).
See Fast break - Tar Heels 5 on 0, Bradley 5 on 0, Tar Heels 4 on 0, 5 on 0, Six cycles, 5 on 0 trips.
4 takes the ball out of the net, clears the backboard and inbounds to 1 with his back to the sideline. 2 runs wide right, 3 runs wide left, 5 runs to the centre of the rim for a post-up.
1 passes to 2 for a layup. The ball can't hit the floor after a score. If 4 is not yet in position, 5 will take the ball out of the net and hand it to 4.
Bob Hurley - 1 takes a foul-line jump shot.
Coming back, 1 passes cross-court to 3 for the layup.
Bob Hurley - in two trips, wings 2 and 3 have to take a jump shot and layup, in either order.
On the next trip, 1 headmans to 2 who passes into 5 posting up.
Paul Hewitt - 1 headmans to 5.
Then 4 sets a wide pin-down screen for 3, and rolls to the basket for a pass.
Paul Hewitt - 1 passes to 4 for a trail 3-point shot.
Bob Hurley - 1 leads the first big who finishes strong with a driving layup.
On the last trip, 4 sets a ballscreen for 1 in the middle of the floor (4 picks and pops, 5 stays, if X5 helps on 1, look for a high-low pass to 5).
Paul Hewitt - 1 drives the elbow for a shot.
Bob Hurley - the other big is the trailer on the last trip, throw back to him for a jump shot (1 headmans to a wing).
See Shooting - Tennessee 4-man break.