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Passing pace, using the 3 seconds

What drills are best to help slow down the pass, in other words use the 3 seconds allowed. To help players reposition for the next pass. Training is too fast a pace.
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is the pass too fast or is the person receiving the pass not breaking correctly?  What age group are we talking?  I taught my 11 and 12 yr olds to pass quickly to not allow defence to set up.  It all about spreading out, everyone doing their job, ,and cutting across court to receive the pass.  If this group is older than 12 then they should releasing quickly, but if they are still learning to catch, land, and release, then thats a different story.  What is the issue with the quick passes?  is the person stepping and not landing balanced already knowing where the pass is going to be?  are there too many players breaking and causing crowding?  is one player always trying to get the pass and not allowing everyone to do their job?  are the players standing behind their players calling for a pass?  generally its not the fast passing that is the issue, its normally the result from not having the necessary skills to do fast passing.

if you can tell me what the resulting issue is with the passing i might be able to help nut out a solution.

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