Chuck from Cleveland sent in this [tag]basketball shooting program[/tag] he uses with his team. Give it a try and it could become a favorite [tag]basketball shooting drill[/tag] to use with your team.
I usually lead into this [tag]basketball drill[/tag] with a standard two-line layup drill.
In the same two lines as the layup drill, the player from line A dribbles up to the elbow and takes a shot (stop-and-pop). At the same time, the player from line B moves toward the basket to get position for the rebound.
Player A must follow his shot to attempt to get the rebound, and Player B must get position and box out to attempt to get the rebound. The players switch lines after each turn.
This is a simple drill that kids like, and it teaches shooting while following your shot, as well as defensive positioning and boxing out for a rebound. It’s also good as a[tag]basketball[/tag] pre-game warmup.