The ball starts at the top above the 3pt line. There is a flash into the high post elbow area and a two handed bounce pass is delivered to the flash at the elbow. The next pass is a backdoor pass to the wing cutter, who attacks the rim but throughs a flood (drift) pass to the opposite corner. That corner person started on the wing but fills the corner when the ball is driven along the baseline. The corner person should shot fake and then pass to the next wing offensive player. That wing then passes to the low post, who then passes inside out to the top of the key. That entire cycle is on rotation. The players rotate to the next line in the direction of the flood (drift) pass along the baseline. Initially in our video that is a counter clockwise rotation.
“Hummer" is a great way to get practice or pre- game warm-ups started with some basic fundamentals of passing, catching, talking, and cutting.