This drill requires 3 players around the basket with one feeder/coach.
The ball is thrown up at the basket, the players will battle for the rebound.
The player who gets the rebound gets to leave the drill and joins the back of the line and a new player will come in.
All players love shooting, so reward your team with this shooting skills session as we aim to improve their lay-up and offensive rebound shooting!
Players line up on 3 point line.Throw ball against the backboard and roll away.
Next player jumps to take the rebound and throws it against the backboard again for the next player.
Players must jump then catch and release the ball before they hit the ground.
Players toss the ball up on the backboard for themselves to then catch on the rebound.
After catching the rebound players should go back up and this time try to score.
Lastly players collect their ball and pass it to the next player.
Working in pairs one players stands under the basket with the other player on the half way line.
The player on the half way line runs towards the key to receive the ball from the other player. Once they receive the ball they should use the jump stop and then put the ball in the triple threat position before taking a shot.
The shooter than collects their ball, whether it's a rebound or a successfully completed shot, and then passes back to their partner before running back to the half way line.
Players should repeat this 5 times before swapping with their partner.
2 lines of players, one in front of the basket. The other by the sideline.
Basketballs will be in the line in front of the basket. Players in this line will throw the ball up at the backboard, jump as high as they can to rebound the ball.
Once they land, they will do a forward pivot and throw a overhead pass to the outlet line on the side.
2 players will attack 1 defender. After a shot has been taken all 3 players become offence and 2 defenders will run in to play a 3v2 at the other end. Once a shot has been taken at that end. The 2 defenders become offence and 1 defender will run in at the other end. This is a continuous drill, where each end the same thing will happen each time.
2 v 1
3 Man weave down the court. When players reach the halfway line, player with the ball places ball on the ground and becomes the defender. The other two players pick up the ball and play out a 2v1.
2 v 1
3 man weave down the court. When the players reach the half court line the player with the ball places the ball on the floor and becomes the defender. The other two players pick up the ball and play out a 2v1.
2 v 1
Blue 1 and Blue 3 must try to exchange passes. White 1, the defender must try to intercept or deflect the pass.
2 v 1
Setup as shown. Split the group into two with a further person starting on the cone as shown. Player 1 passes the ball to player 2 before giving a handoff pass back to player 1. Player 2 then turns to make a screen, with player 3 making a run, then making a cut before receiving a pass from player 1 and shooting.
2 v 1
This drill requires 3 players around the basket with one feeder/coach. The ball is thrown up at the basket, the players will battle for the rebound.
2 v 1
Have a player or the coach on one side of the court with a ball, looking to pass to the attacker. The attacker should start on the other side of the court and will try to get past the defender and get closer to the ball so he can receive the pass.
2 v 1
The down screen will happen away from the ball. The player receiving the screen will step over the screen and then take 2 long backward steps away from the screen towards the corner of the court. The screener will turn and cut back towards the ball. This cut will happen if the defender tries to get around the screen and stop the cut towards the ball.
2 v 1
Setup as shown. The defender is only allowed to move up and down the line as shown. The attacker can move anyway within the box to try and catch the ball.
2 v 1
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