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One of my favorite drills is The Inferno. This is a great October 15th drill because it immediately raises the intensity level or shows the lack of it.
What you'll need:
4 Offensive players
4 Defensive players
1 Box of band-aids (if it's a successful drill.)
Players begin on the elbows and blocks. This drill is for 8 minutes. The team's roles will switch at the 4 minute mark. There are no substitutions for the 8 involved. When the ball is at the top, the offense down screens. When the ball is on the wing, players screen across.
To keep the drill competitive, and it won't take much, use one of the following scoring systems:
Each catch = 5 defensive pushups (5 keeps the speed going plus a good screening group will average 20 catches in 4 minutes)
Each catch = 1 pt for elbow catch, 2pts for catch on the block. Keep track and at the end of 8 minutes losing team has a reminder drill.
Each catch = live four on four. Offense gets whatever shot they score, Defense gets 2 for a stop, 3 for a charge, etc..
Today's FastDraw Play of the Day is is a stack set run by the Ohio State Buckeyes in the 2012 NCAA Men's Tournament. This set puts the defense on its heels while you get the ball in the hands of a playmaker.