3-on-3 Drill with an offensive advantage
Drill credit: Tim Brady
X1, X2 and X3 are positioned on the baseline. X1 has the ball. Three offensive players are positioned across from each defender. X1 pass the ball to his left and sprints up and closes out on #1. X2 passes to his left and sprints up and closes out on #2. X3 passes the ball up to #1 and sprints across and closes out on #3. When #1 reverse the ball to #2 and #2 will reverse to #3. The drill now starts.
On #3 catch he makes eye contact with #2. Being one gap away #2 cuts with eye contact from the ball. He can fill out to either side. This establishes a double gap space in the middle of the floor.
#3 immediately attack the double gap with his dribble and attempts to use his Small Advantage to find a Big Advantage. #1 and #2 move with #3's penetration.
#3 is able to draw X1 into a help position and he is now playing 2 v 1. He was able to use his small advantage to find a Big Advantage. He passes the ball to a wide open teammate #1 who is in balance and in range.
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