Take a look at this submission from Jimmy. A great example of a [tag]basketball shooting workout[/tag] that can work with all age groups.
I do a fun [tag]basketball[/tag] [tag]shooting[/tag] [tag]drill[/tag] after we practice [tag]free throws[/tag] that is called String Music.
We all line up on the baseline, and everyone [tag]shoots[/tag] one free throw.
If a player swishes it, it is String Music and the player gets to go to the “Jury Box”.
If the player makes it, but hits [tag]rim[/tag], then at the end of the drill he will have to run two [tag]sprints[/tag].
If a player misses the shot, he must run four sprints.
If he air balls it, he must run 8.
The ones who have string music and are in the Jury box do not have to run.
When everyone has shot, all the people who have earned sprints run the number they have to run.
Then, the ones in the jury box get to pick someone to run again.
(Two jurors may not pick the same person).
This is just a fun way to end our FT drills, and the kids love it. There is great concentration at the line and fun competition.