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Basketball Play - C2E Lateral Slide/Sprint/Slide..Grab/Dribble/Shoot Drill

C2E Lateral Slide/Sprint/Slide..Grab/Dribble/Shoot Drill

Rick Allison 12/31/2014

This is a drill for improving quickness and agility in defensive lateral acceleration/deceleration, in combination with sprint dribbling into a pullup jumpshot. It is intended to emphasize game speed movements while incorporating an anaerobic conditioning element. With the addition of one or two change of the direction components to the attack dribble sequence, game speed ball handling may be added to the work load. See More

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Basketball Play - C2E Crossover Spin-Handle Permutations

C2E Crossover Spin-Handle Permutations

Rick Allison 01/16/2015

This is a training progression for one or more players to improve their ballhandling transtions from one or more crossovers into a spin crossover. It begins with a simple front cross into spin crossover and progresses to more challenging combinations and permutations as the player develops more confidence and dexterity. Alternating dominant and non-dominant hands are incorporated to facilitate movement across the court. See More

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Basketball Play - Dr. Dish 10-Spot Touch-Bounce Shooting

Dr. Dish 10-Spot Touch-Bounce Shooting

Rick Allison 12/07/2015

This drill utilizes the Dr. Dish shooting machine to facilitate a continuous flow of shooting repetition with variation for three shooters. Variation parameters are location (i.e., shooting angle), ball handling moves and initiating dribble hand. Each shooter takes three consecutive shots to establish a repetition rhythm and allow a short refinement opportunity. Ball handling variations include different crossovers, combinations and counters. The drill framework can be used for other ball handling and shooting footwork movements, as well. See More

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Basketball Play - Dr. Dish C2E Float and Sting Drill

Dr. Dish C2E Float and Sting Drill

Rick Allison 12/07/2015

This drill utilizes the Dr. Dish shooting machine to facilitate a continuous flow of shooting repetition with variation for three shooters. Variation parameters are location (i.e., shooting angle), ball handling moves and initiating dribble hand. Ball handling variations include various double and combination crossovers. Uptempo music is used to enhance speed and rhythmic continuity. See More

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Basketball Play - Dr. Dish C2E Explosive D and Wing Curl Options

Dr. Dish C2E Explosive D and Wing Curl Options

Rick Allison 12/10/2015

These movement sequences combine an emphasis on lateral defensive quickness and wing curl shooting options with precise footwork. Each sequence results in a different movement pattern and shot, but builds on an attack counter strategy. This is certainly a technique development drill, but can be modified to add an antagonist to provide initial cue for defensive acceleration direction, and then rotational closeout context on the curl. Dr. Dish can be set with a tempo long enough for the option which requires the most time and shooter can machine gun feet until Dr. Dish passes the ball to start each option sequence. Or, if coach is passer then the Dr. Dish remote can be used. If used for technique development, the sequences should be performed on both sides of the basket, either alternately or repeating the 6 sequences on the opposite side. See More

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Basketball Play - Dr. Dish C2E Cross Texas 2-Step Wing Attack Series

Dr. Dish C2E Cross Texas 2-Step Wing Attack Series

Rick Allison 12/13/2015

The Cross Texas 2-Step is a 3-count rhythmic ball handling maneuver where the crossing of the ball and the first of the 2 steps creates a momentary bidirectional cue diversion for the defender. That is, the ball is crossed from one side to the other while pseudo simultaneously stepping and planting in the opposite direction. In most cases it seems, the defender when confronted with 2 cues in opposite directions tends to favor (or lean toward) the latter cue. The 2nd step is now in the direction of the ball and opposite to the 1st plant step allowing the ball handler to get by the defender whose is leaning in the wrong direction. See More

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