Players work on passing before coming to a jumpstop in this drill. Don't forget to work on a variety of passes: chest passes, bounce passes, flick passes, overhead passes, wraparound passes, post entry passes - make sure you mix it up!
In today's video blog post, we are featuring a fantastic transition offense drill called “The Hockey Drill”. This is a 3-on-3 Full Court Transition Offense drill, and it's purpose is to get your players who get the defensive rebounds, get the steals or get the outlet passes more comfortable with handling the ball and advancing the ball up the court.
This play is designed to get your primary ball handler to go through two ball screens in quick succession – whether with two players or just one player pivoting back and forth.
This dribbling drill offensively works on the controlled dribble and avoiding a player chasing from behind, trying to knock the ball loose. It also works on dribbling and ball-handling in game-like scenarios.
No matter what basketball offense you run, you want to include these points in each practice & drill in order to create the best offensive team that you can
This passing drill incorporates a V-cut before performing a pass. This is a great conditioning drill that teaches players to handle the ball on the move. It also trains players to pay close attention to what is happening on the court and responding quickly and efficiently.
Here's a great chance for players to learn to take advantage of opportunities to make basket cuts or spot up for 15 footers.
The purpose of this defensive drill is to teach the defense to box out. It also teaches players to transition quickly from defense to offense.
This is a quick training workout that your players can do to get warm and ready for game time or for a great practice.
This basketball play allows for several options: a dribble to the goal for the point guard, an angle flex cut from the wing, a screen for a jump shot from your post player, a high-low option for your post player, and a two-man game and a double screen for the original screener.
In this video blog post, you'll learn some great tips to help build better footwork and finishing skills around the basket. Whether you're a guard or a forward, these post moves should be a part of every serious player's offensive repertoire.
This is a great shooting drill that teaches your players about facing the basket. If the player is right-handed, he/she is going to jump stop on two feet, make one sound, and then always pivot on their left foot.
This pregame warm-up drill is a simple one to start out with; it gets your guys moving and passing, catching the ball at high speeds, and making lay-ups at high speeds. With this drill, the ball rarely touches the floor except for the man going in for the lay-up.
This drill will give that player a great look at a 3-point shot, which they can turn down, and go right into a pick and roll. Meanwhile there is good off-ball movement going on, and there will be plenty of potential passes that they can make.
The off-season is the most important time of the year for your players to work on their individual games. The best strategy is to identify a player’s weaknesses and focus on improving them as much as possible. Ball handling is one of the many aspects of the game they can aim to improve.
This two-step conditioning drill, while simple, is a great way to toughen your kids up a little bit, and will also show you who your best rebounders are.