By George Matthew Karl
An entire selection of the main the most important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, taking pictures, fast-break, lay-up, put up 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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Additional resources for 101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice)
Page 60 Drill #47: Wing Play Objective: To practice shooting skills when confronted with a close-out move by a defender. Description: The drill involves either two players or one player and a coach. One of the players serves as an offensive player (X) and is positioned on the wing with a ball. The other player (or coach) acts as a defensive player. ,"shut down") the offensive player. Diagrams AD illustrate four possible reactions the offensive player can use against the close-out: shoot a jump-shot (A); take one or two dribbles and then shoot a jump-shot (B); shoot a runner to the basket (C); and perform a crossover move and then shoot a jump-shot (D).
Page 22 Drill #12: King of the Hill Objective: To improve players' ability to protect the ball in a competitive situation. Description: This drill begins with five players positioned inside the circle at the free throw lane. On a signal from the coach, players begin dribbling. Each player attempts to knock the other players' ball out of the circle while protecting his own dribble. When a player's ball is knocked out, that player is eliminated. Play continues until only one player remains in the circle.
X2 drives down the left side of the lane, uses a spin-off dribble, changes to a right-hand dribble, and powers into the key for a right-hand hook shot. He then rebounds his own shot and passes out to X1. After the shooter has taken five shots from each side, the passer and the shooter switch roles. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be placed on using the proper footwork for the foot plant leading to the spin-off dribble and the power action into the key. Page 56 Drill #43: Caveman Drill Objective: To instill physical and mental toughness; to develop aggressive scoring skills.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl