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Basketball Play - Circle Movement Shooting Drill

Circle Movement Shooting Drill

Coach Czes 11/01/2012

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. See More

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Basketball Play - Circle Movement Shooting Drill

Circle Movement Shooting Drill

Coach Czes 10/02/2012

We run this 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, shot fakes, and covering ground with our dribble. We choose 2 different spots to start from each day to change the spots we shoot from and the passing and driving angles, but the drill stays the same. See More

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Basketball Play - 5-Out Circle Movement Cone Drill

5-Out Circle Movement Cone Drill

Coach Czes 09/24/2012

Cones are set up with tennis balls (or similar sized ball) on top of them in the 5 spots as diagrammed. Player 1 has "the ball" and the other 4 teammates are ready to react to "dribble penetration". Player 1 starts the action by picking the ball up off of the cone and sprinting to the basket. As soon as Player 1's ball leaves the cone, the other 4 players must Circle Move, taking their ball with them. Player 1 must put the ball in the basket (layup or dunk!) before the other 4 players place their ball on the next cone. The player moving from the corner along the baseline must place the ball on the opposite short corner cone. The last player to complete their task has an exercise (jump squats, pushups, etc) 5 fills out to corner, 1 fills open spot, and 3 becomes the player with the ball. You can start the ball from any of the 5 spots, and the player with the ball gets to choose which direction to dribble penetrate. *VARIATIONS - last 2, 3, or 4, players have to do the exercise; 4 against 1 - the player with the ball has to beat the other 4, See More

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Basketball Play - Sacramento Kings - 52 Give & Go Lob

Sacramento Kings - 52 Give & Go Lob

Matt Barnthouse 10/24/2018

The Sacramento Kings run a basic read and react 2 man play here. Buddy Hield makes a cut, comes back for the handoff, and draws a double team. He recognizes Willy Cauley-Stein open near the hoop, and passes out of the double into a lob pass. Jamal Murray, who is 7 inches shorter than Cauley-Stein, is the rotation defender who stands no chance and fouls Cauley-Stein at the hoop. If you trust your players to make good decisions with the ball, and have size and athleticism, this is a nice action. See More

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Basketball Play - 4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

4 Out 1 In Motion Offense

Wizards Basketball Academy 04/18/2018

This 4 out, 1 in motion style offense is not a patterned or continuity style offense, but rather a set of rules designed to give players the ability to read and react to the defense. This offense is easy to learn yet hard to perfect. It's also very hard to scout and prepare for once fully implemented, due to its read and react nature. It is best used by teams that are guard heavy, but can be adjusted to fit any type of lineup. Jr. Wizards Coaches Manual See More

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Basketball Play - 5 Spot Finishing

5 Spot Finishing

Kyle Gilreath 07/04/2013

At Fort Myers High School we run the Read and React Offense from Better Basketball. If you are not familiar with the offense it consists of five spots that should always be filled. If your defenders feet are above the three point line (Read Line) and you are one pass away we tell our players to immediately cut back door. With that in mind this morning I put a couple of our guys through a grueling session of finishing moves which incorporates this concept. When finishing from the sides I like to teach my players to get their shoulders parallel with the baseline to product themselves and the ball from a defender. See More

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