By George Matthew Karl
A whole choice of the main the most 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. each one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training tips are incorporated for optimum effects.
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Extra resources for 101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice)
X2 chooses the most open man to which to pass. The coach may also designate which player involved in the screen and roll should receive the pass. The level of difficulty in the drill may be increased by adding one or more defenders to the drill. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be placed on using the proper footwork to execute the screen and roll. Page 31 Drill #20: Double Post Screening Drill Objective: To develop the footwork and screening skills of post players; to practice catching and passing the ball.
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. The process is repeated until the player has eventually shot from four locations on each side of the free throw lane.
X1 hits X2 with an outlet pass and slides into a post position. X2 dribbles to the same side and passes in to the post. X2 then cuts sharply to get open for a return pass from the post and takes the shot. He then crashes the boards and gets the rebound, continuing to shoot until a basket is made. After making the last pass, X1 works outside, ready to move to receive an outlet pass when X2 secures possession. The coach may add varying degrees of defensive pressure on the shooter for realism. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be placed on quick execution and sharp movements to the ball; however, precision should not be sacrificed for haste.