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We run this drill for 8 minutes
All 1's have basketballs
2's stay at their passing spots
1's will continuously pass, sprint and make layups for 2 minutes. After 2 minutes we switch quickly and 2's take balls while 1's fill passing spots
We go 2 minutes on right side and 2 minutes on left side
In this variation we have more people with basketballs and we eliminate the middle pass. The players must throw a longer pass.
We will go for 8 minutes but we will change the 2's throughout the drill instead of stopping the drill and changing everyone at the same time
We go 4 minutes on right side and 4 minutes on left side
Althought we do a lot of individual work during the season, the extra breaks the players have from school gives us a chance to do more speciifc work without added time constraints
Tonight these are some of the drills we did with all our our positions players 1-5
If you are looking for a competitive shooting drill you will like this 5 spot in-a-rows drill.
Players are given five spots to shoot from. They must make the first shot to continue their "in-a-row" total from that spot.
This can be a peer pressure drill also by comparing total shots made by all players.
Tiger Passing is a drill that can be used to work on passing, cutting, and being strong with the basketball. For teams that like to run Open Post offense, it also works on the offensive concepts.