Many coaches struggle to come up with fresh ideas for [tag]basketball passing drills[/tag]. Here is one suggestion that works well. Give it a try with your team.
We call this [tag]basketball drill[/tag] “Perfection.”
1. Divide players into three lines — one at the baseline on one side of the basket, two lines above the half court on opposite sides of the jump circle.
2. The baseline group begins with the [tag]basketball[/tag]. The first player in line calls the name of the player at the half-court. That player breaks to the ball and jump stops at the free throw line extended.
Player A passes the ball as the player comes to the jump stop. As Player B jump stops and receives the ball, Player C (from the other line above the half-court) breaks towards the basket. Player B calls the name of Player C and passes the ball, which should lead to a lay-up with the proper hand. The whole team must count each made basket.
Each of these elements must be done “perfectly” or the count starts over. You make 12 in a row from each side to end this basketball drill.