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Let’s take a look at five basketball drills that will gear you toward peak performance levels. 1. Two Ball Passing. If dribbling is the most important component of basketball, then passing is second in line. A basic bounce pass is going to get you out of tough situations on the court. This drill requires two people. So, grab your friend after school and see if they’ll work with you for an hour.
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So your practice plan format might look something like this: Warm up (in the hallway before practice) 45 minutes of basketball skill drills. 15 minutes of defense & rebounding drills. 15 minutes of team offense drills. 15 minutes reviewing special situations (inbounds plays and press break) 30 minute scrimmage.
’21 cones’ is a variation of the drill ’23 cones’ which is a drill I recommend for high school level and higher. All players are in two teams and each time a player hits a shot, they’re awarded a cone for their team. Setup: Place 21 cones on the baseline of one end of the court and then split your players up into two teams.
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Here are five fun basketball drills every coach should know. 1. Bulldog Drill. This drill helps players develop dribbling skills while running at high speed, such as on a fast break.
The drill starts with #1 (defensive player) passes the ball to #2 (the player that #1 is guarding) and then executes a perfect close out. As 3 receives a pass from 2, defensive player 1 jumps to denial position on the player he is guarding (#2) As the ball is swung to #4, #1 jumps to the help spot.
How the Drill Works: Place 23 cones at the baseline of one end of the floor and split the players up into two teams at the other end of the floor. Players shoot and are ‘rewarded’ by being allowed to go to the other end of the court and have a chance at collecting a cone if they make another shot.
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