Coaching Youth Basketball... Simplified

If you're a youth basketball coach looking for simple solutions to help your kids improve their skills and execute at game-time, you've come to the right place! This site is packed with more than 547 basketball drills, plays and articles for coaching youth basketball. All designed to help you save time, eliminate stress, and win more ball games!

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Thumbs Up

Dive into the "Thumbs Up" play strategy, where wing players and bigs interchange roles, offering versatile scoring options from lobs, bounce passes, or perimeter shots.

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Boston 4 and 5

Dive deep into ball screens, positioning, and fluid court movements that maximize shooting opportunities and versatile play options.

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Boston – 3

Learn about our unique offensive strategy that uses staggered screens and quick movements to keep the defense guessing.

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Boston 2

Explore how your players can master court spacing, execute flawless cross screens, and keep the defense guessing with dynamic plays.

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Game-changing plays that lead us back to our base set seamlessly. Misdirection dribble, ball screens, and versatile power forward moves!

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Maximize talented ball handlers without isolation plays. Learn how to create quality shots and manage the clock effectively.

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32 Series – Low Chase

Discover the dynamic basketball play "32 Series - Low Chase" featuring strategic ball screens and player actions that create scoring opportunities in an endless loop, explained in this blog.

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Butler – 1

Discover the strategic basketball play known as Butler-1, where the team's point guard orchestrates a series of screens and passes to create an open three-point shot opportunity.

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Peripheral Passing Drill

Peripheral vision allows you to see everything around you, without needing to turn your head. This visual skill is necessary for basketball players because it helps you to be aware of your surroundings, the other players moving around you, and anything else happening on the court.

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