About Mike Shaughnessy
Here are some of the situational 3v3 games I use with players to put them in different spots on the floor and in different actions. These situations are designed to develop players' decision making with and without the basketball on offense, and develop a player's understanding of defensive rotations and guarding common actions at the high school/college level. Click for more #PlayerDevelopmentWeek content! See MoreFavorite Send to FastDraw
All 4 players with the ball are driving. 2 bounces to the box coming to a jump stop on 2 feet. Players will pivot to where they are passing and snap the pass to the next person in line and rotate to the line they pass to. 5 in the corner will throw the drift pass being the only one that does not come to a jump stop (Stride Pass). See MoreFavorite Send to FastDraw
This is a great way to get into 3v3 as all 6 players move the ball around the horn before getting into live play. This forces the defense to sprint into closeouts, and the offense to reverse the ball quicker than the defense can get to its match up. 2 ways to play: - Offense scores, stay on O. - Defense has to get 3 stops in a row. See MoreFavorite Send to FastDraw
A drift pass is made from a baseline drive or catch where you force rotation from the defense. Teammates should be spaced in the opposite corner or slot. If they are not in position as the catch or drive occurs, then it is his or her responsibility to move to those spots as an outlet for their teammate. Baseline drives either force defense to rotate with the help defender covering down on the big or the defense begins to ball watch losing sight of their match up and being late on the closeout. See MoreFavorite Send to FastDraw
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. See MoreFavorite Send to FastDraw
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