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Basketball Play - 4 on 4 Motion - NO DRIBBLE

4 on 4 Motion - NO DRIBBLE

Brandon Bailey 09/27/2012

- Drill starts out with a big / little downscreen and an L cut on the opposite side - Once the ball is initially entered, there is NO DRIBBLE - Points are given for reversals, passes, and baskets - If the ball is dribbled it is a turnover (NOTE: You can also play this 5 on 5 and 3 on 3 and you can start with drill with a flare or backscreen) See More

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Basketball Play - 3 on 3 Top of the Key

3 on 3 Top of the Key

Brandon Bailey 09/25/2012

- Both 2 and 3 start at the block and L Cut up the lane - 1 passes to either 2 or 3 (This frame, he passes to 2) - The 1 sets up his screen, head hunts, and screens x3 - The 3 reads his defender (He can tight, curl, pop or fade) - 3 reverses the ball to 1 - The drill is repeated until the offense scores or the defense gets a stop See More

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Basketball Play - Read and React Continuous

Read and React Continuous

Coach Czes 09/24/2012

Pass down the line and cut to a transition spot. 5-on-5 Live Make or miss, transition to other end. 5-on-5 Live while team that was out goes 5-on-0. Important to get into 5-on-0 IMMEDIATELY. When 5-on-5 possession ends, coach yells "SCORE!" and the 5-on-0 team puts the ball in the basket and transitions to the other end. Continue and repeat. See More

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Basketball Play - Team Shooting Drill 01

Team Shooting Drill 01

Antonios Kourmoulis 05/18/2021

Team shooting drill 01. The drill can be performed at both half courts by dividing the team. 2 players at corners and 1 player at 45. The rest team at middle line with balls. The players at middle line pass the ball at 45 and go to opposite 45. The player at 45 will sweep attack the baseline and pass to opposite corner for a catch and shoot and replace. The player at corner shoots, gets own rebound and goes to middle line. The drill can be performed at a specific time or score to make it competitive. Check out the current deals on FastDraw below! See More

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Basketball Play - Communication Drill: 2 Sprints, 2 Stunts, Live

Communication Drill: 2 Sprints, 2 Stunts, Live

Matt Wheeler 11/01/2018

This competitive defensive drill focuses on closeouts, sprinting to help, and stunting at the ball. To add a communication component to it, require the defenders to say "I Got Ball" on the closeouts and "Help" when they are in help. The defense must defend and communicate four passes perfectly then they can play live 2v2. On the first two passes, the defenders sprint to help/closeout. On the third and fourth pass the defenders stunt at the ball as it is driven at them, then sprint to closeout/help. Use defense scoring in this drill. If the defense gets a stop they get a point and they stay on defense against the next team. If the defense doesn't communicate, sprint to help, close out correctly or they get scored on, they immediately lose and go to the end of the line and the offensive team goes to defense. On the FMS blog: Building Communication With Your Team Building Communication on Defense Building Communication on Offense See More

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Basketball Play - 5 NBA Shooting Drills

5 NBA Shooting Drills

Michael Shaughnessy 09/12/2018

Here are 5 of my favorite shooting drills that I like to use in workouts with my players. They are challenging, competitive, and fun helping players become more efficient shooters. Try them out! Click here for more player development drills from Mike Shaughnessy Mike Shaughnessy x FastModel Sports - Twitter Takeover See More

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Basketball Play - Player Development: Star Shooting

Player Development: Star Shooting

Tony Miller 07/24/2018

Make this shooting drill competitive by adding a timed element or a score element (or both). We will often do "Best out of 5." You could also do "Best out of 10" and have the player go through the 5 spots twice. The drill also serves as a great conditioning drill. It's best to use a rebounder. Click for more #PlayerDevelopmentWeek content! See More

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Basketball Play - Zig Zag Alley

Zig Zag Alley

Rory Hamilton 03/28/2017

Drill Set-up: Split your team into groups of two and line them up on the baseline. A coach will be at the top of the key on the other end of the floor. The drill starts with defensive player handing the offensive player the ball and assuming a legal guarding position. The offensive player establishes triple threat and looks to beat the defensive player 1 on 1 in the alley (lane to sideline). The goal of the defensive player is to get the offense to change directions twice before half court. Once the offensive player reaches half court, he or she will pass to the coach at the top of the key. The defensive must sprint to the level of the ball and communicate "help". The offensive player continues to the wing and uses a V-cut or L-cut to get open on the wing. The coach then will pass the ball to the player on the wing and defense closes out according to your defensive principles. On a catch, the offensive player only has three dribbles and must stay on one side of the floor. When guarding the offensive player and finishing the drill, coaches make sure each shot is challenged and followed by a box-out. You can make this drill competitive and have punitive consequences based upon what your team needs. For example, if you are having difficulty challenging shots than make every shot not contested have a consequence. Find what your team needs and make it a priority in the drill. See More

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