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Blue player 1 starts with the ball in their hand on the baseline on the left hand side of the key. They then roll the ball towards red player 1 and can pick it up once its gone past the free throw line. Red player 1 must run as soon as the ball is thrown to behind the backboard before having a 1 v 1. Roles are reversed once the game is over.
1 v 1
The player underneath the basket begins with a ball and tosses if off the backboard, simulating a rebound. They then pass to the point guard on the wing and sprints forward, while the player on the wing dribbles with quick feet through the cones. Once the player dribbling has reach the end of the cones, they will then pass to the player on the run for a lay up.
Players will set up as shown in the animation. With the basketball starting in the corner line. The ball will be passed from the corner to the line at the top. Once passed that player will run towards the free-throw line and receive the ball back. When that pass has been made, the player from the top line will run around the cone and towards the basket where they will receive the ball for a shot. Players will switch lines.
The idea of this drill is to develop the fast break, with one player dribbling down the middle of the court and the other 2 players acting as outlet players each side. The the ball starts in the middle. This player (1) passes to the outlet player on their right (2). The player with the ball (2) then dribbles directly down the middle of the court. The player that passed (1) the ball then sprints down the right side of the court. The player who dribbled the ball (2) will then pass to this player (1) so they can make a lay up. Once the shot has been taken the passer (2) should get the rebound and outlet to the player who made the shot (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.
Players line up 5-8 feet away from the basket standing on the right or left side. The player with the ball will quick stop into their shot and shoot a power move off the backboard. The player who shot will collect their rebound and then pass the ball to the next player.
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