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Basketball Play - 11 Man Fast Break Drill

11 Man Fast Break Drill

Michael Lynch 06/24/2018

The 11 Man Fastbreak is one of our players' favorite drills. It is essentially a continous 3 on 2 transition drill that we use to emphasize pitch aheads and "Finding Advantages." This is generally a drill where I try not to blow the whistle much, but I will blow the whistle if we are straying from our transtion principles. I generally choose to emphasize 1) Running the Sideline Hard, 2) Hunting Pitch Ahead Passes, 3) Keeping Advantages Alive, and 4) Attacking the Rim. Check out more from Coach Lynch and his Seamless Offensive appraoch on theFMS Blog: Program Spotlight - Leicester Wolverines See More

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Basketball Play - Olympic Shooting

Olympic Shooting

Rory Hamilton 06/21/2018

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! See More

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Basketball Play - KU Shooting

KU Shooting

Rory Hamilton 06/20/2018

KU Shooting Drill Set-up: 3 players at each goal with two basketballs. First player receives a pass and shoots a three point shot. The passer closes out and "lightly" contests the shot with a high hand. The passer then turns around and receives the next pass while the 3 closes out and lightly contests the shot. 1 gets rebound and is the next passer and the drill continues. After the last shot from the corner, the players then move to the wing area and repeat the drill. Drill repeats at all 5 cones on the perimeter until all players have shot from all five spots. Once players have shot 3pt shots at all five spots we then go back around and perform the following: A. Shot fake 1 Dribble Right Jump Shot B. Shot fake 1 Dribble Left Jump Shot C. Shot fake, Lay-up Right D. Shot fake, Lay-up Left See More

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Basketball Play - High-Low Passing

High-Low Passing

Rory Hamilton 06/20/2018

Hi-Low Passing Drill: Can be run to both sides with guards starting on the wing and two post players at the top of the key and strong side block. Drill begins with a quick ball reversal to either a coach or manager. Guard comes off baseline screen and catches the first pass and makes a lay-up. The screener 5 then receives a screen from the other post player 4 and receives 2nd pass from the other coach or manager for A. Shot at top of key B. Hi-low pass (shown in next diagram) C. Post direct (defense switches) Here we show a situation where the defense switches the down screen and our post looks to get a direct pass from the wing. See More

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Basketball Play - Diamond Drill - Beat the Press

Diamond Drill - Beat the Press

Rory Hamilton 06/19/2018

Diamond Drill to Beat the Press: Players will perform live ball moves at each cone followed by a finishing move. Once a lay-up has been made, the players then complete a "beat the press move" to 1/2 court. Players alternate going right and left at the first cone. Beat the Press: Once a player has completed their lay-up our players then complete a "beat the press" move. We teach our players the following "beat the press moves" A. Go Hard--Stop Change B. Glide-Glide Explode C. Go Hard, Rocker Change See More

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Basketball Play - 41 Motion Shooting

41 Motion Shooting

Rory Hamilton 06/19/2018

1 sprints to set a down screen. We emphasize a great screening angle and communicating the screen. 8 rejects the screen and back cuts. 2 passes to 8 for a lay-up. 1 snaps back showing hands to passer as our 2nd cutter. Immediately after 2 passes to 8 (previous frame), 2 sprints to set a down screen for 7. On this side 7 uses the screen and makes a tight cut to the slot for the 3pt shot. 3 passes to 7. 7 shoots (we emphasize an inside-pivot). *This action would continue for 1-2 designated minutes, and then flip-flopped (reject the screen on the left and straight cut on the right). Now let's look at the next two pairs of cuts: 3 sprints to set a down screen for 1. 1 tight curls the screen. 4 passes to 1 attacking the basket. On this side 4 sprints to act like setting a down screen but the 2 sets a flare screen for the 4. The 2 then flashes to the basket in case the defense switches utilizing our 2nd cutter concept See More

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