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1. Individual Breakdown Laker Outlet Laker Outlet 4 throws ball off glass, 5 jumps up and rebounds it. Turn and 1 will v-cut and receive pass from 2. 1 makes post feed to…
  • 1. Individual Breakdown Laker Outlet Laker Outlet 4 throws ball off glass, 5 jumps up and rebounds it. Turn and 1 will v-cut and receive pass from 2. 1 makes post feed to 5. 5 throw outlet pass to 1. 1 then hits 2 cutting into the middle of the must post up in proper position. floor.
  • 2. Individual Breakdown Laker Outlet Laker Outlet 4 throws ball oft glass, 5 jumps up and rebounds it Turn and 1 will v«: ut and receive pass from 2. 1 makes post feed to 5. 5 throw outlet pass to 1. 1 then hits 2 cutting into the middle 01 the must post up in proper position. floor.
  • 3. Chase down the wing-open oourt layup Chase down the wing-open court layup Coach passes to the wing. Offense has a head start. Make it tough for the defense to make the stop. Defense has to sprint to get to the ball. Objective is to get the ball. Do not give up the three point play and do not allow the offensive player to get the ball above the shoulders. Players can steal or stop easier from the left side of the floor. Most players are going with their weak hand. They are going to have a tougher time scoring from this side of the floor. It is probably going to be a two foot layup or a chance to get an easy steal for players taking a left hand layup.
  • 4. Devoe 1 on 1 Devoe 1 on 1 Play is not over until defense gets the ball or the offense scores. Work both sides of the floor. Defender stays on defense if there is a score of offensive mhniinrl
  • 5. Full Court Closeouts Full Court Closeouts x1 xi Full court closeouts. Players start on the baseline and run out to spot Players will go down the floor and then come back. After first player on the floor. Before arriving at spot they will get down into a closeout gets to the FT line next player in line runs out to closeout spot. defensive stance. choppy feet, hands up and weight back
  • 6. 1/1 1/1 Coach shoots the ball off the rim. One defender against offensive New offensive player each time. Ball knocked out of bounds starts player. Must get three rebounds in a row. the drill over. If rebounder does not chin the ball or get the ball back to the coach without traveling there is no point.
  • 7. Three station close out Three station close out Closeout to the ball. Short choppy step with hands up and contest the shot. Tum to block out After close out jog to the middle of the lane and then dose out to the next player. Rotate to the right or left depending on the coaches direction.
  • 8. 4/4 Coach starts the drill with a pass out from the baseline. Closeout on the ball. Other defenders get into denial position.
  • 9. 3 over 3 help side block out 3 over 3 help side block out Offense is on the opposite wing. Defenders start in help side Work both sides of the floor. position. Ball shot from the wing by coach or other player. Defenders go to find the offensive players to make contact and block out offense going to the basket.
  • 10. F. T. Blockout F. T. Blockout Divide into two teams. Each player gets a chance to go to the FT Game can be to 10 or 12 points. Makes pressure Fr's and line, Made H’ is one point. If player misses first l‘-‘I’ just like bonus, pressure on getting a good blockout, Also offense gets the chance no second shot. If player makes first l-‘I’ they get a second shot. to earn points with rebound. Helps teach team to tip the ball out On the second FT player must miss. Teaches how to intentionally miss also, If ball does not hit rim it is a violation. 1 point for a defensive rebound. 2 points for an offensive rebound.
  • 11. 4 line full OOUH layup drill 4 line full OOUTI layup drill 1 II 2 3 Once ball goes Itrough the rim next groin takes off. Flebounder pages I: Vary the dull by putting acoach in the midde of the floor to try and iiteicept outlet man. Outlet man must call for the ball. Teammate is sprhting up the or deflect passes. Variations of the drill to make it productive for your team: sideline. Empathize with players to calm and then put the ball on the floor. ‘Do the drill for a period of time. Eliminate the habit some players have of wanting to hit, or bat the ball down ‘Make an amour: of layups it a row. before catailng the ball. ‘Put a limit of many turnovers or missed layups the team (an make while dohg the drill.
  • 12. 4 line full court layup drill 2 3 Take the ciibble away from the outlet marl. To rrlake drill more tifficult take the dribble away from both players. Players must work on throwing the pass with slob sotheteammatecan run under itandlay it up, 4 line full court layup drill 2 3 lfa player misses a layup, often the next group has started to run upthe floor. Make them come back until the ball goes through the rim. An added twistisnchangeupinthemiddleofthedliIl. Callotrt'ch: lrigesides'. Ttiey have to change where they outlet the bal once they get the rebound. It takes corrlmunication. Also, it gives them the chance to worll on layups from both sides of the floor.
  • 13. 3 line layups 3 line layups 1 starts with the ball under the basket Throws the ball to the 3. The player who made the pass that led to the layup (3) runs to Vlfing man allowed one dribble. Once receiving the ball allow each touch the baseline then turns to run to the opposite end to receive player one dribble. 3 throws it cross court to the 2. After the shot, the pass for the layup. The player who started the drill (1) touches the shooter takes the ball out of the net and starts the drill going to the other baseline and receives the next outlet pass. the other end of the floor.
  • 14. 3 line layups Drill ends after each player has taken a layup. Place emphasis on touching the baselines after making a pass. This makes running the floor a priority. It will provide more game like situations of sprinting the lengtfr of the floor. Make sure players take the ball out of the net before it hits the floor.
  • 15. 60 point game 60 point game Hist team to 60 points is the winner. One point for each pass Offense tries to keep the ball moving as quickly as possible with completed. 5 points for a made layup. Offense not allowed to the pass. Defense tries to pressure the ball and get a steal. dribble the ball except to start the play. Each time a new Defense is attempting to get a steal, a held ball count or force a possession begins first player allowed to dribble. After the initial turnover. Once the defense creates one of those situations they player starts the play no other dribbles allowed. go to offensive.
  • 16. 60 point game 60 point game As teams rotate from offense to defense they keep their point Offense can not set back picks or any other screens. Offense total. Play continues until a team gets 60 points. Two defensive constantly needs to look to go backdoor since layups are 5 points fouls within a possession is an automatic point for the offense. and it keeps the defense honest. Emphasize on backdoor layups players shoot without taking a dribble.
  • 17. Figure 8 jump shots l-"lgure 8 jump shots 1 hits 2 and goes behind to spot up for shot. 2 catclles and 3 throws across to 2 for jump shot and then follows pass to dribbles to Fl’ elbow. 2 hits 3 cutting to the basket. contest jump shot
  • 18. Fundamental lines Outslandng team ball handing drill to work on a variety of skills. 1st players will drbble out to determined spot Use one, two, or three driibles. Players then make an either a hont or reverse pivot. Take time teaching players how to properly use pivots. After making pivot player then passes to the next player in line. Emphasis can be placed on: covering ground on the drbble, stay low on the pivot, and make a perfect pass. The receiver calls for the ball and catches in a balanced a triple threat Fundamental lines I I I I I I I I I I To improve the drill put a defender on the passer. As ball dribbled out, a defender trais the offense. with defense, this makes offense stay low on the driible. Also, it makes them stay strong with the ball on the pivot and pass to the next player in Ine. Defense needs to keep pressure on the ball. Defense stays between the ball and the receiver.
  • 19. Fundamental lines Fundamental lines Use drill to help in feeding the post. The offense dribbles out to a spot on the floor. Players will make a pass to coach or another player then receive the ball back Once receiving the ball, the offense will pivot to face the post player on the baseline. Player will dribble down for a passing angle to a teammate who is posting up vs. defender. Player in the post position needs to shows numbers to the passer and keeps feet square to the passer.
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