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Basketball Play - 5 NBA Shooting Drills

5 NBA Shooting Drills

Michael Shaughnessy 09/12/2018

Here are 5 of my favorite shooting drills that I like to use in workouts with my players. They are challenging, competitive, and fun helping players become more efficient shooters. Try them out! Click here for more player development drills from Mike Shaughnessy Mike Shaughnessy x FastModel Sports - Twitter Takeover See More

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Basketball Play - Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018

Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018

FastModel Sports 09/02/2016

The 20 best shooting drills from #TeamFastModel in 2018. #GetBuckets To send the Playbook to your FastDraw, click the "Send to FastDraw" button above. After you enter the email address you use in FastDraw, click FastTrade, at the top of FastDraw, and open your FastTrade Manager. Find the new message, put a checkmark next to it, and click "Add to Library." The PDF of the playbook is available by clicking here. See More

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Basketball Play - Southern Shooting Drills #2

Southern Shooting Drills #2

Bert DeSalvo 08/27/2014

Intercept Drill Spot 1-Start at block, defensive slide to sideline Spot 2-Defensive slide back to the block Spot 3-Turn hips and sprint to elbow Spot 4-Open up (see ball under the rim) and sprint to half court corner Spot 5-Coach throws ball near half court corner, leading player to intercept the pass, once pass is intercepted, player drives the ball hard for a layup Spot 6-Defensive slide to sideline Spot 7-Defensive slide back to the block Spot 8-Turn hips and sprint to elbow Spot 9-Open up (see ball under the rim) and sprint to half court corner Spot 10-Coach throws ball near half court corner, leading player to intercept the pass, once pass is intercepted, player drives the ball hard for a layup Coaches can: 1. Time Drill 2. Shoot jump shots instead of layups See More

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Basketball Play - Extra Pass Shooting

Extra Pass Shooting

Zachary Weir 02/28/2019

Extra Pass Shooting is a drill that we use to develop chemistry within our team and really encourage that extra pass and better shot. Consists of shooting, passing, ball handling and rebounding - as well as progressions of decision making and reads. Setup: - 6 minute drill (3 min left, 3 min right) - 1 min per spot - Goal is 10- 12 per minute - Ball doesn't touch the floor anymore than necessary - Passer calls shooters name and the action - 2nd passer will call for ball, and shooter will call EXTRA Playbook: Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018 See More

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Basketball Play - Flow Full Court Shooting Series

Flow Full Court Shooting Series

Zachary Weir 02/27/2019

Setup: 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 Rotations: 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 See More

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Basketball Play - Perth Wildcats - Flex Punch Stagger

Perth Wildcats - Flex Punch Stagger

Sergey Tkachenko 02/17/2019

Blog Post: Shooting Drills for Flex Offense ð??? post by @seregatka4 for FMS! ð??? Perth Wildcats - Developing a Series Around Flex Action ð??? ð??¦ð??º See how the #1 Australian team shreds defenses with creative counters off this classic cut, w/ video + diagrams!#Perth #PerthWildcats #RedArmy #NBL #NBL19 https://t.co/AGSBVLMLNR — FastModel Sports® ð???ð??» (@FastModel) February 25, 2019 See More

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Basketball Play - Iowa Hawkeys - Double Stack Flex

Iowa Hawkeys - Double Stack Flex

null null 01/10/2019

A creative flex action used by Iowa head coach Fran McCaffrey. This play starts in a low double stack. This action is difficult to guard because x1 will tend to relax once he gets through the false back screen. As 1 comes off the back screen, he is immeditatley setting a flex screen for 2. This limits the time that x1 has to see the action develop. More: Shooting Drills that Enhance Your Flex Offense See More

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