Are you looking for [tag]basketball drills[/tag] for a [tag]basketball shooting guard[/tag]?Â Youâ€™ve come to the right place!Â Try out this idea below and let me know how it goes for you.
In the past, when I have had teams that have struggled with motion offenses or has a collective low [tag]basketball[/tag] IQ, I have done this [tag]basketball drill[/tag] that I call a PRO set (Pick and Roll Offense).Â Â As long as you can teach players how to set an effective screen and use a screen effectively, this [tag]basketball offense[/tag] is simple to execute.
It’s a 1-4 set.
Point guard at the top and everyone else foul line extended.
3 on left wing, 5 at left elbow, 4 at right elbow and 2 at right wing. (in other words, odd #s left, even #s right).
When you call a play, such as 14, the first # is the ballhandler and the second # is the screener–So 14 is an upscreen for the PG. 24 would be a side screen by your PF for your shooting guard out on the wing.
If you want to get more involved you could call for 245, which would be a staggered screen for the shooting guard by both big men. The off the ball players must read the defense and move to an open spot or cut back door when help comes to the ball.