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**NOTE** Can do from a variety of spots. Player walks defender into screen and fades to corner for a 3pt shot
Player walks defender into rim and comes off cone for a curl jump shot
Player walks underneath the rim and sprints right behind the screen for a step back 3pt shot
Player 1 starts from underneath the rim. Sprints to top of the key for a pass from Coach 1. Shoots 3pt shot
Player 1 then cuts down the lane. Player 2 passes to Player 1 for a layup. (Player 2 rebounds the layup)
Player 1 starts from underneath the rim. Sprints to top of the key for a pass from Coach 2. Shoots 3pt shot
Player 1 then cuts down the lane. Player 3 passes to Player 1 for a layup. (Player 3 rebounds the layup)
[Repeat cycle for desired number of repetitions]
Great transition drill, good for conditioning and decision making on the fly. Team is divided in two groups of six players each (blue - white). Three players from blue team begin the drill by attacking and then running back to defense (defensive transition). Defensive players (white team) pass the ball to their teammates waiting outside the court. So, the flow for each three players sub-group is this: offense and back to defense, then out. Offense has only six seconds to take a shot since getting the ball in backourt. The team scoring five points first wins the set, every basket counts for one, if a shooting foul is commited then one point is awarded. Play to two or three winning sets.
Variations: a) increase offense time to eight seconds and apply early pick and roll or any transition action you like to run.
b) make tunrovers count as minus one point, to make players serious about their decision making.
c) count game like score and play to 11 points.
Olympic Shooting Drill Setup: 3 players with two basketballs starting in either corner. Goal of the drill is to make 7 shots at all 5 perimeter spots designated by the cones in 4 minutes. If players do not reach the goal, then they have extra conditioning!
Read more about this and other drills on the FMS Blog...
Pre-Practice: Setting the Tone for Success
Dr. Dish Basketball is back at it again with another great Skill Builder workout! In this workout, we will focus on our corner lift shooting and also pair that with some 2-ball dribbling and also agility drills as well. This workout is great because you will really challenge yourself conditioning wise and also challenge yourself in several different skill categories.
Circle Shooting is a very popular shooting drill, and for good reason. The drill is fundamentally sound and very efficient. You do not need a lot of space and players tend to get a high volume of shots up in minimal time. Our primary objective besides good passing and shooting is that of footwork. We teach the inside pivot so this action is perfect for such conditioning.