A variation of the continuity offense that involves cuts across the key (known as "flex cuts") and screen-the-screener action. It works best against a man-to-man defense.
Numerous NCAA coaches employ a variation of the flex offense, including Gary Williams of Maryland, Al Skinner of Boston College, and Billy Donovan of Florida. However, the most well-known variation of the flex offense is the one used by former Utah Jazz coach Jerry Sloan. His flex offense helped the Utah Jazz reach the playoffs 19 out of the 23 seasons that he was coaching there.