Depending on how many hoops are in front of them players run forward in a 1, 2 or 3 step rhythm and throw at the goal.
Players rotate to the right after each shot.
Try to get your players into a natural rythm of the steps. At first you will see that players feeel forced to take the steps into the hoops and teir movements seem unnatural.
Add a defender to try to block all shots.
Setup as shown, with the player on the far right passing to the player in the middle. The player then crosses with the player on the left who takes a shot at goal.
After catching the ball B2 feints as if to go to the right, but changes to the left to cross with B3. B3 first feinst to start to te left, but quickly sprints to the left to cross with B2, catch the ball and throw at the goal.
Players swap positions after throwing.
Three groups of players - a group on each wing and a line of three players a couple of meters behind the free-throw line.
The play starts from the right wing with player 1 passing the first of the outfield players (player 2).
Player 2 moves forward to meet the pass and then plays the ball to their left for player 3 to meet and then across to player 4.
During this passing process player 1 must chase the passes across the court - screening to protect the pass and prevent the imaginary defender from receivnig the ball.
When player 4 receives the ball they should shoot on goal.
The drill then starts from the other side - going from left to right.
536 concept play : going to 2:4
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