by Basketball Coach Weekly in Basketball drills and skills, Dribbling drills, Offense drills, Passing drills, Shooting drills It’s a race against the clock to complete five full-court trips with specific basketball passing , dribbling and shooting assignments – master this and watch your fast-break offense take off
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Basketball Passing Drills are another great tool that can be completed without access to a hoop. Similar to dribbling drills, passing drills must be done on a consistent basis to stay sharp and ready for game action. The most basic passing drill involves standing anywhere from five to ten feet from a wall and passing with perfect chest pass form from a triple threat position.
14 Intermediate & Advanced Passing Drills. After the beginner stage you'll find that youth, high school, college, and pro coaches can all use the same passing drills. The only difference is the intensity level, speed, distance, and constraints get more challenging as you go up in levels. Variable & Interleaving Passing Drills (No Defense)
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Description. Players are stood in each corner of the court with two players stood in the center circle. On the coach's signal players 1 and 2 start dribbling before passing to players 3 and 4 respectively who return the pass. Players 1 and 2 then dribble further before passing to players 5 and 6 and moving towards the elbow of the free throw line to receive the return pass from players 5 and 6.
Shooting, Dribbling, Passing Tips. Shooting – When practicing by yourself, start in close to the basket, right in front of the hoop. Shoot at least 25 shots from four feet and in, without moving. Take your time and slow down each shot. Think about the correct form (ball resting in the hand, non-shooting hand, arm position, etc.) before each shot.
positions after a certain period of time (depending of the age of the players, their strength, and endurance) instead of after every steal and deflection. 30-40 seconds for example. One dribble allowed – Allow the offensive players to make one dribble to open up the passing angle.
Once players grasp the basic skills, you can introduce movement and fun games. Here are a few fun dribbling drills that are good for beginners: 3 Fun Drills: Pirate Dribbling, Mr Fox, and Coin Drops. Competitive Cone Touch Dribbling. Fun Dribbling Drills for All Ages. Basketball should be fun.
1. Basketball Coaching » Basketball Drills » Basketball Passing Drills. Your team’s ability to pass the ball accurately, using the correct technique will have a major impact on the flow and effectiveness of your offense. Spend time at every practice working on basketball passing drills. Teach your players each of the key passing techniques, and help them understand when and where to use each one.
The ball’s initial position should be in front of the dribbler. Push the ball with the left hand at a diagonal motion so the bounce is at the training cone and its position will be behind the dribbler. Reposition the left hand to make the same motion in reverse. Continue this motion for the duration of the drill.