Looking for drills for [tag]basketball offense[/tag]? You’ve come to the right place! Try out this idea below sent in by Donna and let me know how it goes for you.
I have an [tag]offense[/tag] [tag]basketball[/tag] [tag]drill[/tag] I use after we have gone through my ball handling and dribbling time.
I call it 1 on 5:
1 player with the ball starts at ½ court.
5 defensive players set up in a 2-3 zone position, then players at the elbows and blocks take 1 step out middle person stays.
The fun part is… the defensive people have to have a pivot foot but try to stop the offensive player even on rebounds. They can lean up on 1 foot but one cannot leave the floor.
The offensive player tries to score.
The offense is done when any defense gets the ball.
This helps the offensive player get by 1 defense then have to protect and go the next one until they score.
Offense only gets to enter on the side if they do not feel confident. Usually once and then they like the challenge of beating their teammates.
We usually go through 2 times and the offense cannot make the same moves as the first time.