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Basketball Play - 1 v 1 Contact Finishing

1 v 1 Contact Finishing

Jordan Petersen 07/18/2017

Defender stands at the elbow facing the basket. Offense is on the baseline and dribbles out to the defender and goes around the defender. Once the offense turns the corner it is live. Offense is getting shoulder tip hip/chest and trying to cut off or veer defense to finish. ADD ON: Dribble decision making/change of direction move can be added. Defender can lift up right or left arm to signal what way the offense must go around. See More

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Marc Skelton 10/27/2015

This continuous game-like finishing drill works on 5 different moves from 5 different spots on the floor. These moves can be attempted at different spots using left or right hands. This drill also helps develop footwork (pivots), rip through, and ball fakes. We name the moves after NBA players as it is easier to remember and embrace. Bonus:1) Add Euro step 2) Add a blocking pad to finish with contact. See More

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Basketball Play - 5 Spot Finishing

5 Spot Finishing

Kyle Gilreath 07/04/2013

At Fort Myers High School we run the Read and React Offense from Better Basketball. If you are not familiar with the offense it consists of five spots that should always be filled. If your defenders feet are above the three point line (Read Line) and you are one pass away we tell our players to immediately cut back door. With that in mind this morning I put a couple of our guys through a grueling session of finishing moves which incorporates this concept. When finishing from the sides I like to teach my players to get their shoulders parallel with the baseline to product themselves and the ball from a defender. See More

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Basketball Play - Michigan Finishing

Michigan Finishing

Dan Murphy 04/23/2013

Demonstrated by Michigan's John Beilein at a clinic. Great drill for first step explosion and finishing with contact and defensive pressure. 1 must explode past the defender in order to get 2 on his/her hip. Then finish strong at the rim. 2 should contest but not get in the habit of fouling. 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 - Jerry Sloan Utah Series

Jerry Sloan Utah Series

Timothy Hipps 11/06/2017

"Utah" is a package of four plays based on the 1-4 High Offense utilized by Jerry Sloan during the peak of his tenure with the Utah Jazz. The play begins with a pass and a UCLA cut, often followed by a ballscreen. Ball screens after a UCLA cut are extremely hard to cover as defenders are out of position. Take a look at the base "Utah" play in the video, and see the diagram for 3 other options to go to once a defense attempts adjustments. See More

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Basketball Play - Dr. Dish 32 Shooting

Dr. Dish 32 Shooting

Jordan Petersen 11/03/2017

Competitive Dr. Dish shooting drill that works on floaters, pull ups, 3's and free throws. A floater is worth 1 point, a pull up is worth 2 points, a three pointer is worth 3 points and each free throw is worth 1 point. A player performs each shot from all of the five spots. If a player makes all of the shots, their score will be 32 points. See More

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