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Basketball Play - VULCAN (Roman God of Fire)

VULCAN (Roman God of Fire)

Marc Skelton 05/25/2016

This is a great competitive catch and shoot drill. You can use one or two partners and two balls-(one can be the passer and the other a rebounder). There are 5 spots on the floor-also 5 shots that are within most offenses. There are a few options for this drill: 1) First one to hit 5 consecutive shots wins. 2)How many can you make in 1 minute? 3) How many can you make in 2 minutes? Challenge: Shooter cannot move until he hits two in a row from each spot. If he misses more than three in a row he starts over. See More

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Basketball Play - 3 ON 3 SERIES

3 ON 3 SERIES

Marc Skelton 05/10/2016

A great drill that simultaneously improves your team and individual players offensively and defensively is a series of 3 on 3 drills. Offensively, we work on dribble hand-offs, cuts, shooting, passing, catching, screens, and timing. Defensively, we work on communication and the different ways to defend screens. I also like this drill because it helps to reduce turnovers. See More

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Basketball Play - 2 Pass, 3 Pass

2 Pass, 3 Pass

Bert DeSalvo 01/15/2016

Here is a warm up/ progression drill we used when I was an assistant at Clarion University (PA). It is designed to sharpen full court passing and develop a touch and timing with personnel. Each 3-man group gets rotates to the 1,2,3 spot until all players have gone in each spot (rotate to the right). Once the team finishes Pass 2 Drill, then advance to the Pass 3 Drill. See More

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Basketball Play - Basic Defensive Drills: Stance Focus

Basic Defensive Drills: Stance Focus

Lee DeForest 12/14/2015

1. Coach will yell "Stance" - players will slap the floor and yell "Stance" down in a defensive stance 2. Coach will say "Move" and the players will begin to chop their feet 3. Coach will point to the left or right and players will react quickly to coach changing directions Why this matters: A defensive stance is the single most important defensive fundamental a player will learn. Teaching players to react to the verbal call of "stance" will also help in a game when a team needs a defensive stop. 1. Coach will yell "Stance" - players will slap the floor and yell "Stance" down in a defensive stance 2. Coach will say "Move" and the players will begin to chop their feet 3. Coach will yell "Go" and players will slide to the opposite lane line and back across as many times as possible in thirty seconds or twenty seconds. Emphasize - movement of the feet and the first step in a direction with the outside foot. 1. Coach will partner up players. 2. 1 player will dribble to the lane line, the other player will be in a stance and move his feet. 3. Go to half court. 4. Players will switch roles at half court and go the other way. 5. The next group goes when the first group gets to half court. Emphasis: Teach the defense to move quickly with the offense. Try to keep their head on the ball. Go half speed until the players learn the drill. The offense should try to keep their head up while dribbling. 1. Offense is ahead of the defense. 2. Slower players need more space. 3. The player with the ball dribbles to the rim to make a lay-up. 4. The defensive player, without fouling, tries to run to a spot in front of the defense. No shot blocking. 5. Move less skilled players closer to basket. Emphasis - try to stop the ball without fouling by forcing the offense to change directions on the fast break. The offense works on staying in control to make the lay-up. See More

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Basketball Play - Stationary Ball Toughness

Stationary Ball Toughness

Lee DeForest 12/14/2015

Partner up. Offensive player will rip or sweep the basketball with the defender fouling and reaching in until the coach calls the players name. The player must be able to pass to the coach quickly and on target under pressure. After a successful pass to Coach, offense and defense will switch positions. Can run at both ends. Quick drill. Teaches how long players can have possession without a 5 second count if they are calm under pressure. Coach counts to 4 then players dribble as coach counts to 4 then players jump stop as coach counts to 4. See More

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