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clearing out drill

whats the best drill for teaching the team how to clear out and come forward?

Hi Maddy,


Stationary players can be an issue when trying to drive the ball up the court. This is a drill that I regularly use with my players to teach them the importance of always being on the move and clearing out the space for teammates to move into.


Matt

Creating Space - Conditioned Game

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Full court, 14 players, 1 umpire, 2 sets of bibs, 2 hoops, 8 cones. 

A normal game situation is set up.

4 cones are set up down each sideline. 

Players are to run around a cone, on the sideline, once they have passed the ball to a player.

Once they have run around the cone then they can come back into play. 

 


Coaching Points:

This is a good drill for players to learn to pass then move, instead of passing and staying stationary and not being an option.

This drill is also great for allowing more space on court and offering other options. Players learn to drive out and back in as if they were getting away from a player and not being a stationary option. 

 

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