These are a couple of Drills that I learned from Drew Hanlen at Puresweatbasketball.com Check out his website for more info.
Both drills are great for conditioning and skill development.
1 has the ball under the basket. The boundaries are the lane and the distance is to the free throw line. 2 tries to turn 1 as many times as possible.
In this drawing, 2 successfully turns 1 3 times.
Based on frame 1, 2 turned 1 three times so 2 has 3 dribbles to score.
Every change of direction results in a dribble.
Drill goes on both ends.
1passes to 7. 7 will pass back to 1 for a shot from his range. This is a transition shooting drill so we want the player to be comfortable and make shots.
On the pass back to 1, 10 will go block out 7.
1 back of line
7 or 10 rebounder becomes outlet pass to other end, loser becomes the block out guy for next shooter
Don't let the Rebounders walk. 2 options. Have outlet (3) come to ball or allow rebounder to take 2 dribbles to pass. Here 3 comes back and to meet the ball and 4 will make the pass off one dribble.
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