By George Matthew Karl
An entire number of the main an important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, capturing, fast-break, lay-up, put up play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. every one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training tips are incorporated for optimum effects.
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Coaching Point: The drill should be run at full speed, emphasizing spacing, passing, and cutting sharply to the basket. Page 73 Drill #59: Fill the Lane, No-Bounce Fast-Break Drill Objective: To develop fundamental fast-break skills. Description: The coach should divide the squad into three-player groups. Player X1 has the ball in the center of the court. Players X2 and X3 position themselves as wide wings, close to the sidelines. X1 passes to X3 and sprints upcourt in his lane to receive a return pass.
The players then rotate assignments and repeat the drill. The coach may increase the difficulty of the drill by adding one, two, or three defensive players. Coaching Point: The coach should emphasize proper passing, rebounding, and shooting fundamentals. Page 43 Chapter 5 Shooting Drills Page 44 Drill #31: Shooting Warm-Up Objective: To practice shooting from a variety of positions and angles on the court; to warm-up the muscles, ligaments, tendons, and joints involved in shooting. Description: This drill involves a coach and a player.
If a player loses control of a ball, he must return to his starting point and begin again. The first team to have all its players complete the drill wins. The coach may use only one ball per team and specify whether the players are to use their strong or weak hand. Coaching Point: The coach should stress to players the importance of keeping their heads up while dribbling. 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.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl