Opposing coaches run odd front zones (3-2 or 1-2-2) to place tremendous pressure on your ballhandlers, typically extending the zone far outside the three-point line.
The triangle zone offense outlined below overloads vulnerable areas of the odd-front defense–the high post and the baseline wings–to create shooting opportunities for your offense. The play calls for the 5 and 4 to work in conjunction with each other flashing from low post to high post and vice versa while the 3 swings from baseline spot to opposite baseline spot.
The video below provides an excellent description and animation on how to run this offense effectively. Feel free to download the embedded PDF to add this play to your own files.
Best of luck!