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Moving without the ball: Spacing Out and the Back Cut

Get your players thinking about their off the ball movement, losing their markers and calling for the pass with this 7 drills and games session!

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This is a pass and run to the back of the opposite line drill, with a v-cut movement before the pass.

  1. Player 1 starts in the triple threat position whilst 2 makes a v cut.
  2. Player 1 then passes the ball to player 2.
  3. Player 2 fakes a pass to player 1 who now cuts towards the basket.
  4. Player 3 (stood behind player 1) now v-cuts to the front of their line.
  5. Player 2 passes the ball to player 3.
  6. Player 4 (stood behind player 2) makes a v-cut to the front of their line.
  7. Player 3 passes the ball to player 4.

Coaching points

The use of the V-Cut is very important in basketball. It allows us without the ball to create space to receive a pass.

The cut is performed by moving towards the basket and then changing direction and popping out to where you want to receive the ball.

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