This drill is a good drill for getting up a lot of shots and working on scoring moves. This drill can also easily be used in pre-game warm-ups.
Start with two lines and four basketballs. The four basketball start in the BALL line (in this example on the left), and the other players start in the PASS line.
1 passes to 6, then cuts toward the top of the key.
6 passes the ball back to 1, who faces up to the basket and then steps with his right foot and attacks the rim.
1 should only use one dribble to get to the basket.
6 rebounds the shot and dribbles out toward the opposite corner. 6 passes to the last man in the BALL line.
1 clears out to the opposite side and fills the PASS line.
In this frame, 2 catches the ball and after squaring up takes a cross-step with his right foot toward the left side of the basket. Again, it should only take one dribble to reach the rim.
In this frame, 3 squares up to the basket and takes a big step with his right foot and shoots a shot at the elbow.
In this frame, 4 takes a cross step with his right foot toward the left elbow and shoots a shot.
For the last move, 5 shoots a shot at the top of the key.
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