By George Matthew Karl
A whole selection of the main an important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, taking pictures, fast-break, lay-up, publish play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. every one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training guidelines are incorporated for max effects.
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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. Description: The team is divided into as many three-player groups as facilities will accommodate. The first group assumes a position at one endline as shown. On command from the coach, X1 inbounds the ball to X2 and then cuts behind as X2 moves upcourt.
X2 jabs to his right against an imaginary defender, then pivots and executes a jab-crossover move. Dribbling with the left hand, X2 rubs his defender off the screen set by X1. In Diagram B, a high post player is added and the two-player game is turned into a split maneuver. After the pass from X1, X2 passes to X3. After the second pass, X1 sets the screen for X2. X2 rubs his defender off the screen, and X1 continues around to the low post. The emphasis should also be on cutting close to the screen in order to rub off the defender.
The player shoots the ball, while the coach rebounds either the missed shot or a made basket. After each rebound, the coach passes the ball back to the player. The player continues to shoot from the same spot until ten shots have been made from that location. The player then moves across the lane to the same spot on the other side of the lane and the process is repeated. Once ten shots have been made from the new spot, the player again moves to the opposite side, this time to a point a few feet farther from the basket.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl