Players are numbered from one to five with player number one starting with the ball to the right of the key.
player number one will then pass the ball to player number two, following the direction of their pass and joining the left hand side of the court behind player number four.
Player number two will then pass to number three, also following their pass and the movement continues...
Once the players have reached the other side of the court the player with the ball should make make a layup and attempt to score.
The person in the middle will receive the basketball from the player on the side, once the person in the middle has the ball they will throw it straight back to the same person.
They will then turn to the other side and repeat this.
They will continue to repeat this until they reach the half way line.
Once they get to the half way line the players on the side lines will turn and dribble back.
Once they get around 20 feet away from the basket, one at a time they will perform a "give and go" or 1-2 pass for a lay-up.
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
Two players (blue) with the ball start from the half way line. They're playing against Red 1 and Red 2.
After the attackers have had their shot the 2 defenders must box out and claim the rebound.
Once the drill is complete players rotate:
Attackers become the new defenders, the defending pair leave the court and swap with a new pair who are the new attackers!
Continue until every pair has had a go.
3 lines with the basketball starting in the middle.
The ball is passed to a side, then back to the middle and then over to the other side.
The ball is always passed back to the middle.
Once the half court has been reached the players on the side will turn back the other way and run towards the basket.
The player in the middle with the ball will dribble down the middle and make a pass to one of the players for a lay-up.
Stand about 10 feet away from the wall, the ball starts off in either hand. You will take a bounce then pass it with one hand off the wall and catch it with your other hand. This will be repeated back and forth.
"It is not only useful for staff who are experienced but a valuable tool for those subject staff who have to take teams."
The variety of sessions across sports - sometimes we steal session ideas from one sport and use them with another.
As we enter the business end of the competition, we take a look at the remaining eight teams and the key talking points surrounding each side.
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