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Basketball Play - Euro Ball Screen Shooting

Euro Ball Screen Shooting

Zachary Weir 01/09/2020

Ball Screen Shooting drill to get shooting, and passing reps using the actions in a euro ball screen continuity offense or side ball screens. Several different actions and progressions can be implemented into the drill. This is a great drill to set a time and have teams compete as well as get some conditioning. See More

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Basketball Play - SSG: Drive React with DHO

SSG: Drive React with DHO

Zachary Weir 11/12/2019

This is a competitive Small Sided Game that works on both offensive and defensive skills all in one. This ultra competitive SSG that starts with a 1v1 competition and easily progresses to 5v5. The possibilities for progressions are endless. *New customers use code SAVE10 for 10% OFF Draw/Scout* 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 - Extra Pass Shooting

Extra Pass Shooting

Zachary Weir 02/28/2019

Extra Pass Shooting is a drill that we use to develop chemistry within our team and really encourage that extra pass and better shot. Consists of shooting, passing, ball handling and rebounding - as well as progressions of decision making and reads. Setup: - 6 minute drill (3 min left, 3 min right) - 1 min per spot - Goal is 10- 12 per minute - Ball doesn't touch the floor anymore than necessary - Passer calls shooters name and the action - 2nd passer will call for ball, and shooter will call EXTRA Playbook: Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018 See More

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Basketball Play - Flow Full Court Shooting Series

Flow Full Court Shooting Series

Zachary Weir 02/27/2019

Setup: Team is broken into four even lines, two on each end of the court. The lines will be placed in DDM spots depending on the shots you are wanting to shoot. Complete each shot on the left and right side of the floor Great drill for passing, shooting, conditioning and learning/teaching terminology Rotations: Pass and you will go to the line that you passed to. Shoot and you go to the passing line on the opposite end. Everyone must sprint and get a rhythm. Good passes and you should receive passes in stride not standing. Playbook: Top 20 Shooting Drills of 2018 See More

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Basketball Play - Communication Drill: One More Drive & Kick Shooting

Communication Drill: One More Drive & Kick Shooting

Matt Wheeler 11/19/2018

This drill provides an opportunity to work on multiple skills in one setting: closeouts, footwork, attacking the paint, passing and communicaiton. 1 starts things off by passing to the 2 and finishes with a close out repetition. The three perimeter players (2,3 & 4) have their knees bent and hands up ready to step into the pass, working on their shot preparation footwork. 2 is focusing on getting two feet in the paint on the drive before passing to 3. As the ball is in the air to 3, 4 is saying "One More," which signals 3 to immediately swing the ball to 4 upon receiving it. The communication focus of this drill is in saying "One More" as the ball is in the air so the ball can be moved quickly for the open shot. Players should also communicate their teammates names as they are passing the ball to them. On the FMS blog: Building Communication With Your Team Building Communication on Defense Building Communication on Offense See More

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Basketball Play - Communication Drill: 50 Passes

Communication Drill: 50 Passes

Matt Wheeler 11/19/2018

50 passes is a competitive team drill that focuses on ball toughness, passing, screening and communication. The goal of 50 passes is to be the first team to successfully complete 50 passes without getting the ball deflected and having the passer say the name of the person they are passing to. Eliminating dribbles after the first pass increases the pressure that the defense can put on the offense, making it more difficult to complete the passes. Requiring the passer to say the name of the receiver helps to build good communication habits while under duress. On the FMS blog: Building Communication With Your Team Building Communication on Defense Building Communication on Offense See More

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