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This is a continuous shooting drill that allows our forwards to work on games shots and adds a conditioning element. Once completed on the right side immediately start on left. We like to have each player go through this drill two times then switch shooter. You can add time to increase intensity. We used the video below as inspiration to tailor the drill to our personnel.
This is a continuous shooting drill that allows our players to work on shots off screens and adds a conditioning element. Once completed on the right side immediately start on left. We like to have each player go through this drill two times then switch shooter. You can add time to increase intensity.
This is a 3v3 Rebounding drill that can be used for both sides of the basketball. Split your team into groups of three or four. The rotation for the drill is to enter on defense, then move to offense, and finally (if unsuccessful) out of the drill. If your team secures an offensive rebound they get to stay on offense and continue to earn points. If your team gives up an offensive rebound then your team exits the drill and a new team comes on.
The Scoring System: 1 Point for a Defensive Rebound, 3 Points for an Offensive Rebound, and 2 or 3 points if you can score it off the Offensive Rebound.
Each new possession must start with one of the two scenarios depicted below. Coaches then set the number or time they want to play until. The team with the highest score wins, the other teams get conditioning.
Crash the Glass: Making a Case for Offensive Rebounding
Developing a Rebounding System
Scoring Drill to work on the individual skill set of a player in a very chaotic setting. Includes ball handling, passing, condtioning and progresses to live play competition.
Player Development: 10 Dynamic Drills that Utilize Cones or Chairs
Team is broken into four even lines, two on each end of the court.
The lines will be placed in DDM spots depending on the shots you are wanting to shoot.
Complete each shot on the left and right side of the floor
Great drill for passing, shooting, conditioning and learning/teaching terminology
Pass and you will go to the line that you passed to.
Shoot and you go to the passing line on the opposite end.
Everyone must sprint and get a rhythm.
Good passes and you should receive passes in stride not standing.
Playbook: Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018
FMS contributor and professional skills trainer Mike Shaughnessy shares his best of Fall 2018 player development drills in this 70-page playbook.
Download it to your FastDraw library using the "Send to FastDraw" button above. For the PDF, click here.
Transition shooting series is a full court shooting drill. The drill works on rhythm full speed shooting in transition, passing in transition, and conditioning players to communicate in a chaotic transition situation. This is a great conditioner and competition drill as well, as players on the two sides compete against each other for a total amount of makes.
Shoot, get your own rebound (before it bounces or only one bounce), make a good pass to next shooter sprint to opposite end.
Passer must call next shooter's name, next shooter must call for ball when s/he wants the ball.
Have players shoot on both sides of the floor and set a goal/pace for your team.
This a very good closeout and conditioning drill. The defender is working on 3 phases:
Getting into help
Stunting the ball
Moving on the pass and closing out correctly on the offensive player
The ball becomes live and the offensive player can either shoot or drive.
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