The Gators can always stay in a game due to their superb three-point shooting ability. Erving Walker seems to always hit timely shots from anywhere on the court.
As an example, Walker hit a 3-pointer from about 30 feet out as time expired to send the Gators into a second overtime with the Georgia Bulldogs. He continued his hot shooting in the second extra period to lead Florida to a victory.
In addition to Walker, the Gators offer another sharp-shooter in the form of Kenny Boynton. Boynton shoots the three-ball at 33 percent, but he is much better than his percentage indicates. He is streaky, but when he's on, he's as good a shooter as you will find in the country.
While Walker and Boyton are the team's best shooters, Chandler Parsons is no slouch from downtown.
Parsons shoots fewer threes, but hits 37.5 percent of his shots from distance, a very respectable statistic for a 6'10" forward. Like Walker, Parsons has hit big shots in the past. He hit game-winning threes against South Carolina and NC State in 2009-10.
If Florida gets down, you better not count them out, because they will shoot their way back into the game.