We all know how painful our half-court offense is, but this is a team that shouldn't have to rely on half-court offense nearly as much as most teams. The fast break should be at least as important to us, if not more, than our half-court offense is - in terms of focus and production. This team is built for it. 1. We need to play more players 2. We need to press more 3. We need to play at a faster pace 4. We need to push in transition All of these things are intertwined. When you play more players, those players can play harder and faster when they're on the court. Think hockey. Do you remember the last time anyone in hockey played slow? Or football? No, because it's typically an advantage to be faster. If you can maintain control. That is what we should be focused on, and that is what is going to make this team dangerous. Run "platoons" like lines in hockey. Wave after wave of fresh Gators. Wearing you down. Forcing you into mistakes. Unforced errors that lead to easy transition buckets. Can anyone explain to me why we're not already running this type of system? Especially with the personnel we have. I wonder how intelligent our staff is sometimes. Or how stubborn they are. We can all see it. Run, Gators, run. Instead, we see too much walking. But we need to be a fast break team. We need to use our speed and depth and wear teams down. Practice at a breakneck speed. So that when we're in the game it's like it slows down for us. Practice hard, win easy. Teams that aren't as deep and fast as us, will be at a significant disadvantage. They'll be gassed, hands on knees. It all starts with hitting the outlet man, then the next pass. We should be able to have the ball past half-court in 2 quick passes, taking no more than 5 seconds. Our big run straight up the floor and immediately get position inside. Watch how we did that on the press break with Horford for example, or the Lakers do with Anthony Davis. We used to try and do it with Egbunu and Patric Young. It results in a tremendous amount of easy buckets for them or allows them to wall their man off for others to drive inside. This should be our "system". Made or missed shot, we push the pace.