To start 3 players attack the 2 defending players on the other side of the court.
When the defenders collect the rebound they then attack the other basket against the 1 player that took the shot.
(Drill the restarts with all 3 players who finished the previous run through on the offensive).
Aim of this practice:
The pyramid should be completed within 30 seconds.
2 players work with 1 basketball. Players must catch and shoot on the move.
Once a player has shot they should catch their own rebound and pass to the other players.
Once the player has passed the ball, they should make a run/cut and then get ready to shoot the ball.
Set up as shown in the image.
Footwork and Movement
Players set up as shown in video clip. The line of players under the basket will each have a basketball.
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.
3 v 2
Play out a 3 man weave to the half court line. Turn and play the 3 man weave back towards the basket. When close enough the player on the ball plays a layup shot.
3 v 2
The 3 attacking players move up the court, playing an unopposed 3 man weave all the way to the half court line. Once they reach the half-way line they turn and play a 3 vs 2 back to the basket with the defenders staying inside the 3 point line.
3 v 2
Play out an unopposed 3 man weave to the half court line. On the way back 3 man weave until one player is close enough to score with a layup.
3 v 2
To start 3 players attack the 2 defending players on the other side of the court. When the defenders collect the rebound they then attack the other basket against the 1 player that took the shot. (Drill the restarts with all 3 players who finished the previous run through on the offensive).
3 v 2
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