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Basketball Play - 2v1 Help Side and Box Out

2v1 Help Side and Box Out

Dymetrius Ware 08/13/2019

This is an awesome drill for stations during practice. Players are working on coming off a guarded player and getting to help position and stopping the ball. If the offense gets a shot off, defense must get back and box out the offensive player coming from the weak side (original matchup). See full instructions below. See More

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Basketball Play - SSG: 3v3 One More Drill

SSG: 3v3 One More Drill

Tony Miller 06/05/2019

"One more pass" turns into a live 3v3 small sided game. Check out the video clip below for a more detailed explanation. Download it to FastDraw via the button above. And check out this blog post >>> BUILDING YOUR PLAYBOOK: Add Sets With Consecutive Actions Also below: Free Download: Toronto Raptors Playbook Episode of A Quick Timeout podcast discussing Nick Nurse's coaching journey and the characteristics of a successful coach. See More

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Basketball Play - Transition Shooting Series

Transition Shooting Series

Zachary Weir 10/30/2018

Transition shooting series is a full court shooting drill. The drill works on rhythm full speed shooting in transition, passing in transition, and conditioning players to communicate in a chaotic transition situation. This is a great conditioner and competition drill as well, as players on the two sides compete against each other for a total amount of makes. Shoot, get your own rebound (before it bounces or only one bounce), make a good pass to next shooter sprint to opposite end. Passer must call next shooter's name, next shooter must call for ball when s/he wants the ball. Have players shoot on both sides of the floor and set a goal/pace for your team. See More

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Basketball Play - Angle 3v3 Drill

Angle 3v3 Drill

Michael Shaughnessy 10/23/2018

Angle 3v3 Advantage/Disadvantage 3v3 putting the offense in a position to make a quick decision out of drive and kick while making the defense provide great helpside defense to contain the offense. Description: Player 1 starts the drill once they make their movement downhill. Player x1 can't move to try and recover until player 1 starts their movement. Rules: Player 1 has to attempt to get downhill through the elbow. Player's 2 & 3 have to relocate once player 1 attacks downhill. (* If 1 passes early before the elbow [kick ahead], player in the strong side corner can hold the spot being shot ready). If the ball sticks and movement becomes stagnant, it will result in a turnover for the offense. Hold players accountable to re-space with urgency after a drive and kick-out. Goals: Play drive & kick game until the 3 players on offense are able to creat a rhythm shot, downhill drive to the rim, or a one more pass for a catch and shoot. Score it, you keep it. Play to a certain amount of points or time. See More

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Basketball Play - 1v1 Closeout Drill

1v1 Closeout Drill

Dymetrius Ware 10/14/2018

This a very good closeout and conditioning drill. The defender is working on 3 phases: Getting into help Stunting the ball Moving on the pass and closing out correctly on the offensive player The ball becomes live and the offensive player can either shoot or drive. Click to view latest FMS Plays of the Week See More

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Basketball Play - Fullcourt Moves on the Move

Fullcourt Moves on the Move

Joel Hueser 10/01/2018

Moves on the Move In order to break down a defender on the move, we encourage all players to develop a go-to move and counter move. Consider the following points as well: 1. Maintain a speed of 80 mph (80%). 2. Attack the defense right between their eyes. Go right at them! 3. Make your move a stride or two away and attack the defender’s outside shoulder at 100 mph (full speed). 4. Finally, close the gap once you get by them. 5. Be sure to practice these moves on both sides of the floor!!! See More

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Basketball Play - Go Gets: Shot, Go, Pass

Go Gets: Shot, Go, Pass

Michael Shaughnessy 08/21/2018

Here is a progression to my last post call "Go Gets". This drill adds in verbal or non-verbal communication forcing the players to be shot ready before catching the ball and have to react quickly within sustaining the correct habits. This also adds different actions working on passing and re-spacing on kick outs into different actions. It's a great way to have fun and challenge your players through just playing basketball (pass, move, drive, finish, shoot). Check out Mike's #FastModelTakeover Twitter Moment for an inside look at the life of a pro skills trainer and some awesome player development content! See More

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