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Basketball Play - 3 ON 3 SERIES

3 ON 3 SERIES

Marc Skelton 05/10/2016

A great drill that simultaneously improves your team and individual players offensively and defensively is a series of 3 on 3 drills. Offensively, we work on dribble hand-offs, cuts, shooting, passing, catching, screens, and timing. Defensively, we work on communication and the different ways to defend screens. I also like this drill because it helps to reduce turnovers. See More

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Basketball Play - Ball Screen Learning Series

Ball Screen Learning Series

John Leonzo 04/22/2016

Because of the complex nature of the ball screen action, 1 on 0 practice is insufficient for true mastery of the skill. This drill is a learning drill because it allows the offense to have an advantage by playing against a recovering defender guarding the screener. 1 still must place their defender into the screen, and then deals with reading the next defender and making the choice to shoot, pass, or drive. See More

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Basketball Play - Ball Screen Teaching Series

Ball Screen Teaching Series

John Leonzo 04/22/2016

The ball screen is an offensive concept that is used frequently at all levels of basketball. Because of the popularity of this action, it then becomes vital that coaches teach the intricacies of the action to their players. Here is a drill that teaches the two basic levels of ball screen play. 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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