Make two big displays with many objects to throw at (can, plastic bottles, basketballs, cones, papers hanging on a line, cardboard boxes etc.)
Which team has hit all the objects first ?
- center shot
- dive shot
- jump shot
pay only attention to the complete technical movement
Only general corrections
- put your correct foot in front (left handers right foot, right handers left foot)
- put the ball onto your hand (do not squeeze into the ball)
- when throwing the ball and hand should pass ear height !
Two teams, each with goalkeepers, play across a half-court sized pitch.
Play with normal rules.
219 supporting team mates/ blocking attackers
The blue team are the attackers and the whites are defenders, working in one third of the court.
Blue players must pass the ball around to create a good chance for throwing at the benches, all while staying behind a certain line.
The white players' job is to protect the benches and block the shots.
217 shooting/defend shooting
On the benches are some basketballs. Both teams must try to knock the basketballs off the benches using their handball throws from behind the line (marked with cones).
The first team to knock off all the ball is the winner (in this image it's blues vs whites).
217 shooting/defend shooting
All players stand in a big circle except for the tagger. The coach appoints one player as the 'chosen one'.
The tagger must not listen or look whilst the coach is selecting the chosen player.
Once the player has been selected by the coach the tagger starts hunting for the chosen player.
When the tagger positions themselves in front of the chosen player the player must run away - around the outside of the circle of players.
From this point the tagger has up to 45 seconds to catch the player.
Red team has to be hit by the other teams. When hit run around the area once and join again. When you hit a red player blue and white teams get one point. - center shot - jump shot - bounce ball
Teams try to hit eachother. When hit you must go and act as a back/side court player. Which team succeeds in hitting all the others ? - center shot - jump shot - bounce ball
Divide the pitch into three areas. Both teams play a 3 v 3 inside the middle third of the pitch. The blue team are trying to hit the white team's benches and vice versa. Teams must pass around to get a free chance before trying to score.
Some 'hunters' are appointed. They try to hit other players by passing and throwing. variations - center shot - dive shot - jump shot
Two teams of two players try to score between the cones of their oponents. variations : - center shot - jump shot
Two posts in the center of the area. Between these posts a line with newspapers. Two teams try to hit and get the papers off the line. The team which gets its papers off first is the winner.
White players try to hit the floor in one of the numbered areas. Blue players can prevent scoring by catching the ball. Play for several minutes and then change teams. Or every player may throw 5 times, add the scores.
Make two big displays with many objects to throw at (can, plastic bottles, basketballs, cones, papers hanging on a line, cardboard boxes etc.) Which team has hit all the objects first ? variations - center shot - dive shot - jump shot
On the benches are some basketballs. Both teams must try to knock the basketballs off the benches using their handball throws from behind the line (marked with cones). The first team to knock off all the ball is the winner (in this image it's blues vs whites).
Two teams, one or two balls. Try to score a goal by a bounce ball. Goal is the line between the cones.
Create two pitches on either side of the court near a wall, each with two equal areas. Two players from one team stand in one half of the pitch and then two players from the other team in the other half of the pitch. The team in possession throws the ball against the wall to bounce it into the enemy's area. The ball must bounce at least once inside the opposition's area. If the ball bounces twice in this area the throwing team wins a point. Play first to 10 before rotating the teams.
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