Starts, Stops, Turns Passing Drill - FastModel Sports

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About This Play/Drill

Getting players communicating, bringing energy, and getting comfortable with the ball, feet, and sharing the ball are all things that set the tone for a great workout/practice. Here is a drill that incorporates all of these things and is one of my favorites to start with in my training sessions with players. 

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  • Basketball Play - Starts, Stops, Turns Passing Drill

- Player's 1 and 3 will take 2 dribbles to the free throw line and come to a jump stop.

 

- Players will pivot 1 of 2 ways (right or left foot pivot):

- Front Pivot (Non-pivot foot going away from baseline). Once the player is faced up with their teammate, they will crossover step (right over left foot pivot) to make a left hand flip pass.

- Reverse Pivot (Non-pivot going towards the baseline). Once the player is faced up with their teammate, they will step and snap a two hand chest pass.

- Snap passes with the seams.

 

- Go for a number of passes or time.