In today's video blog post, we are breaking down the basic principles of passing and catching the basketball, and provide some tips to ensure that you are maximizing your pass
When I'm teaching the Motion Offense I use this drill that I call the Motion Passing Drill. This drill really teaches the importance of moving to receive the pass (v-cut), the back door cut, and passing to the post (especially coming from the weak side).
The best thing I have learned from coaching over the years is that not all players have the same ability so it takes more time to get the point over to them. So, it feels good to see the "oh yeah" look on a player's face that had a hard time getting a drill. My favorite drill that my players seem to enjoy is the full court pass and layup drill.
The Circle Passing Drill is one we do frequently and with excellent results. The object is to pass the ball to another player in the circle. Use good passes: chest, bounce, overhead, etc.
This is a full court drill. I like to divide the court in half length wise, so that, my players loop through the drill twice. Basketball Passing Drill 1. Choose two players
These basketball handling drills include a fast break/long pass drill. Every team needs fast break drill and they need to handle long passing.
For along time I worked diligently on the routine basketball passing drills. Success was there but a major success came about when I changed most of my passing drills to the overhead two hand passing drill.