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Jordan Petersen

Positionless Basketball Contributor since 06/04/17

About Jordan Petersen

Founder and Director of Positionless Basketball.  Head Coach at Ellsworth HS (WI).  Former Graduate Assistant at MSU-Moorhead.  Former college player at UW-Eau Claire. 

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Basketball Play - Passing Out of the Post

Passing Out of the Post

Jordan Petersen 09/12/2018

Giving players simple reads can help cut down on turnovers and with decision making. Three reads I give players are: 1. Basket 2. Opposite 3. Back. On a catch in the post, players look to the basket for a dive player or a cutter first. After looking at the basket, look opposite along the perimeter for players whose defender may have helped too far toward the ball or lost sight of there check and then back to the same side perimeter. Read about tip to Playing Inside Out Click here for more plays and drills from Jordan Petersen! See More

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Basketball Play - Post Passing 3v1

Post Passing 3v1

Jordan Petersen 09/12/2018

Drill tht combines many skills. Working on passing into the post, passing out of the post, and shooting. Defenders can be added or moved to guard any offensive player. Read about tip to Playing Inside Out Click here for more plays and drills from Jordan Petersen! See More

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Basketball Play - Maverick Shooting

Maverick Shooting

Jordan Petersen 07/27/2018

Drill to work on multiple game like shots from spots players will take them in games. Players will work on shooting 3's, pull-ups and side steps. Note: Dotted line represents a shot in these diagrams. On the FMS Blog: Ball Handling Skills and Drills Dynamic Drills That Utilize Cones Scoring Made Simple: 3 Shots to Practice Click for more #PlayerDevelopment content! See More

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Basketball Play - All Star Shooting

All Star Shooting

Jordan Petersen 07/25/2018

Shooting drill that works on shooting off the catch and 1-2 stepping into the shot. Can be done with a partner/rebounder or alone. As always, take it to another level by making it competitive for time or score. This helps players go game speed! Click for more #PlayerDevelopment content! See More

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