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Drill that works on post play and passing into the post. Allow guards and bigs to both post up and be passers. Can add demonstration defenders to the passers to make the passing more game like.
A drill to breakdown transition into a 3 person game (rebounder, outlet, wing) in isolation and also against a live defense. Coach can adjust where outlet and wing are on the court based on philosophy.
Transition offense is a huge part of the game. In this game like shooting drill, players will be working on scoring in transition. A defensive player will be closing out on the offense in the corner. The offensive player will have to read the defender to see if they should shoot it or drive it.
Villanova is known for being a very fundamentally sound basketball team. They do a tremendous job of valuing the ball (1.4 Asst./TO Ratio) and finish around the rim at a high percentage (66% avg. past 2 years). This is a drill that the men's basketball team does in practice throughout the year to work on getting open versus pressure, working on their triple threat (pivots, jabs), and finishing strong around the basket.
Defending the 1v0
"Wolf" - Chase the dribbler from behind
Sprint back. "You are never too late on defense."
Attempt to block the shot low with the near hand
Rebound - do not go past the backboard!
Catching the dribbler from behind to block or change a shot is momentum changing play!
An example of "phasing" a drill focusing on a simple fundamental - the crossover step and finishing at the rim - and making it game like in the final phase.
NOTE: Phase C is omitted because it would look the same as Phase B excpet that X1 could touch either cone after the flip. Thus it has a live element for Player 1 would not know what crossover step to use beforehand.
For help with phase planning your drills....