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This is one of my favorite progressions for working rhythmic ball handling and shooting. It can accomodate multiple shooters (1-6) and gets them a lot of shots while moving to different spots. Emphasis is on quick handles and quick shot off the bounce with active feet and good vision.
Players line up at whatever spot the coach decides. Each player has a ball. Players will pass the ball out to themselves, catch it and attack according to the teaching points shown.
Execute the following:
- Catch and go
- Jab and go middle
- Jab shot fake go
- Jab shot fake go middle
A good motion offense is hard to guard; all the while maintains good floor balance and spacing. This is done by cutting and replacing. Continuous blast cuts is a two line shooting drill that teaches just that. Our primary motion cut after passing off the top is toward the basket (aka basket cut). When that happens it is important to fill the open spot from the weakside with a blast cut. In doing so we like to emphasize the following:
2 Step Rule - Take your defender two steps toward the basker before blasting to the top.
Recruit the Glute - Blast off of your baseline foot.
Change of Speed - We like to say go in slow and come out fast.
Outside Hand - Provide and pass to the outside hand away from the defense.
Inside Pivot - We teach the inside pivot.
On the catch, square up to the basket and look RPA (rim, post, action). This drill progresses through four phases:
Catch & Shoot
Shot Fake Blow-by
Foot Fake Crossover
This is a great team shooting drill to incorporate at all levels: elementary ages to professional!
Begin at half court with one basketball in a low and ready stance. The player will speed dribble to the three point line and then complete a dribble move to change hands/change direction. After the dribble move the player will push the ball out to attack the basket at the rim. There are 3 series to this drill. Do each series 1 time.
Starting with the one ball on the baseline the player will get in a low and wide stance and complete the following dribbles all the way down the court and all the way back to where they started.
One player with one ball starts on the baseline. This drill is used to work on change of direction dribbles and moves. There are three different series for this drill. Complete each series down and back from baseline to baseline.
The premise of this drill is to mimic quick action in early offense. This will improve your screening, how your guys/girls catch and shoot and read the defense. On the flip side your defense will be able to not let cutters cut without being bumped and improve communication. We play a game to seven. There are three options to this drill outlined below. Drill #1 is a UCLA cut. Drill #2 works on the Ghost Screen and drill #3 has a backdoor option.
Fast-paced, dynamic drill using the Dr. Dish for your whole team or a small group. Emphasizes the power dribble action into a dribble handoff into a 1 dribble pull up. Multiple angles of attack, multiple shots at a time!
Full court, full skill drill utilizing the Dr. Dish as the outlet passer. Use it to train ball handling, outlet pass positioning, moves on the move, finishing off two feet, and more. The goal of total makes should vary by level - girls' varsity team starts out with the goal of 70 in 5 mins in November, should be nearing 100 in January.