By George Matthew Karl
An entire number of the main an important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, capturing, fast-break, lay-up, submit play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. each one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training guidelines are integrated for max effects.
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Description: Four players line up about six feet in front of the basket. A fifth player stands off to either side with the ball. This player shoots a shot off the backboard. The first player in line rebounds the missed shot, lands, and immediately pivots toward the closest sideline, ready to pass. The player should always pivot away from the congestion under the basket and in the middle. As skill levels progress, the coach should add a sixth player near the sideline around midcourt. When the player comes down with the rebound, he pivots and passes to the outlet receiver.
Page 53 Drill #40: Team Jump-Shot Competition Objective: To practice jump-shots from the foul line and both corners; to enhance conditioning levels. Description: The team is divided into groups of three. One group is positioned as shown in the diagram below. Each player has a basketball. , 15). As many three-player teams participate at a time as there are half-courts and basketballs available. Instead of requiring a fixed number of shots, the coach may also decide to run the drill for a specified amount of time.
After one revolution, they reverse directions and use the other hand. Alternate-hand and around-the-body passes are practiced in a similar fashion. Lastly, a second ball is introduced. The players then keep both balls in motion around the circle as rapidly as possible. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be on crispness and accuracy of passes and extending hands toward the ball when receiving a pass. Page 36 Drill #24: Three-Person Weave Objective: To practice passing the ball on a three-person weave fast break; to practice maintaining proper court position on the fast break.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl