Ball Screen Shooting Series - FastModel Sports

Published 06/02/2016 by null null Favorite Send to FastDraw Print Embed

About This Play/Drill

This is part of John Leonzo's Solo Summer Shooting Workout. I recommend making no fewer than 200 shots a day, 6 days a week. Be sure to remind your players that there is no magic in the drills, in the facility, or in the coach that is with them, the magic is in the work. Improvement has a knack for following consistent work ethic and persistence.

  • Basketball Play - Ball Screen Shooting Series
  • Basketball Play - Ball Screen Shooting Series
  • Basketball Play - Ball Screen Shooting Series
  • Basketball Play - Ball Screen Shooting Series
  • You will perform the same move at all three cones. Use the middle cone twice, once coming from the right, and once coming from the left. Make 8 shots of each move.

     

    Approach the cone and simulate setting up a ball screen. Pound the ball and hesitate as if you are going to use the screen. At the last moment, change hands and refuse the screen. Shoot a pull-up jumper outside the key.

  • You will perform the same move at all three cones. Use the middle cone twice, once coming from the right, and once coming from the left. Make 8 shots of each move.

     

    Approach the cone and simulate setting up a ball screen. As you begin to come off the screen, sharply change direction and hands to simulate a split. Shoot the ball in a floater high and soft.

  • You will perform the same move at all three cones. Use the middle cone twice, once coming from the right, and once coming from the left. Make 8 shots of each move.

     

    Approach the cone and simulate setting up a ball screen. As you come off the screen, perform a snake dribble by crossing the ball over to the opposite hand and wrapping around the screen. Shoot a dribble pull-up outside the key.

  • You will perform the same move at all three cones. Use the middle cone twice, once coming from the right, and once coming from the left. Make 8 shots of each move.

     

    Approach the cone and simulate setting up a ball screen. Use the screen, attacking with two dribbles. Shoot a pull-up at the elbows.