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Super combination drill that incorporates offensive seal, post moves, catching, playing through contact and passing. Many different options of the drill can be created by putting defenders on perimeter players to work on their passing skills. A time saver drill hat will help your practice be more productive.
If you run the High-Low motion offnese, this drill is manatory. It combines several key skills; cutting, passing, sealing, offensive post moves, shooting, and weak side sealing. The key element is to teach the high post player to dive to the rim and dominate the weakside when the ball is entered to his teammate. In anticipation of the shot, the opposite post positions himself in a weakside seal to guarantee the rebound on a miss. This is a very competitive drill that will help your half court offense immensely.
This drill will help you incorporate the skip pass into your zone offense for open threes or post shots. The idea is to shift the zone with the first skip pass, then skip back over the zone to the original side for an open shot. Using a good screening angle on the second skip your best shooter can prepare to knock down a big three point basket.
This drill is a "Turnover-Killer."
The drill presents a combination of 1. getting open and catching, 2. facing the basket while ripping the ball through and jab stepping, 3. Driving around defender, 4. Making decision to shoot or drive by second defender, and finishing the play with a basket. It also creates toughness and ball security.
You can also add a player at the basket with a pad to creat contact on the finish.
This drill can help improve your passing to the post. Posts are rarely open on the first pass so ball reversal is important to give the post room to get open block to block. It also includes passing, ball handling, communication, decision making, and spacing.
This is a drill we have used in our warmup. We use different variations within the drill.
Players line up at half court. Each player has a ball
Pass to coach, cut hard to rim and receive a pass from coach. Take a traditional layup.
We also use a two foot power layup.
Variation - we add a blocking pad to simulate contact at the rim
Players get their own rebound and must make 2 changes of direction on way back to half court. (Between legs, crossover, behind back, etc)
They go back to the same line where they started.
In this variation we make a reverse layup underneath the basket
In this variation we have the players receive a pass just before the 3 point line. They must jump stop, shot fake and attack the elbow for a one dribble pull up jump shot.
We prefer the players use a crossover step when they attack the middle
Variation 1 - Have the players pull up for a 3 point shot.
Variation 2 - After the shot fake, we have the players crossover and dribble to opposite side of rim for a little running hook shot.
We run this combination drill for 10 minutes with half of the team on each end of the court, starting on the right side. We do 1:30 shot fake and drive, 1:30 shot fake-escape dribble jumper, and 2:00 catch and shoot. Then we switch ENDS (they are now all on the left side of court) and work back down. 2:00 catch and shoot, 1:30 shot fake-escape dribble jumper, 1:30 shot fake and drive. We stress ball fakes before the pass, jump stop finishes, great closeouts, making great shot fakes, calling names out on passes, and covering ground with our dribble.
This is a drill I've used as a pre-game warm-up because you can get up to 14 players moving! It includes screens, passing, shooting, rebounding, & dribbling. You can change the screens to fit your offense.