Purpose: To help the players recognize passing and catching in motion, defensive recovery from the weakside, and scoring while being challenged. This drill covers a lot of areas within a transition setting. It is a great game-simulation drill and also highly competitive. Players will enjoy this drill and get great conditioning besides. Drill: … [Read more...]
Full Court Drills
These full court basketball drills are generally multi-player and team drills designed to improve fast break and transition fundamentals...of course they also develop other basketball fundamental skills such as passing, shooting, teamwork and conditioning.
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Purpose: The Celtic Drill incorporates the outlet pass, layup, baseball pass, and the ability to catch the basketball on a dead run and put it on the floor for a layup without traveling. Also an excellent drill for building up speed and stamina. Drill: The drill begins with player 1 standing on the low block and player 2 standing in the outlet … [Read more...]
Purpose: To work on both transition offense and transition defense. In this drill, the offense will always work with a man advantage and the defense has to work with a man disadvantage. This drill also requires a great deal of communication. Drill: The drill starts with 5 offensive players running your transition offense/secondary break. The 5 … [Read more...]
Purpose: To develop teamwork, ball control, passing, and conditioning while attempting to score. Drill: The players should get into three lines at one end of the court (additional players should be off the playing court, behind the baseline. The drill starts with the ball in the middle line. The rule to follow and remember in the 3-man … [Read more...]
Purpose: To develop fast break skills, both offensively and defensively. The 11 Man Fast Break Drill teaches the players to make smart, quick decisions. It also teaches the defenders to work together in attempting to make a stop from a disadvantage situation. Drill: Start with players in each of the four outlet positions (as shown by the … [Read more...]