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Basketball Play - 5 Out Jump Stop & Kick

5 Out Jump Stop & Kick

Mike Shaughnessy 11/10/2017

All 4 players with the ball are driving. 2 bounces to the box coming to a jump stop on 2 feet. Players will pivot to where they are passing and snap the pass to the next person in line and rotate to the line they pass to. 5 in the corner will throw the drift pass being the only one that does not come to a jump stop (Stride Pass). See More

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Basketball Play - Kill the Grass

Kill the Grass

Joel Hueser 08/08/2017

Kill the Grass has served us well over the years. We find this drill to be most beneficial when we are working with large numbers of campers and/or youth players. Players work with a partner or a group of three. Our older varsity players will also be spread throughout the gym and model the fundamental skills. They say, "It's not what you teach, but what you emphasize." KTG emphasizes the following fundamentals: passing, catching, triple threat, closing out, ball pressure, shot and foot fakes, blow-by and crossover live ball moves, dribbling, stops and pivots. See More

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Basketball Play - 3 v 3 Space Change

3 v 3 Space Change

Jordan Petersen 07/30/2017

Small sided 3 on 3 game. Once the offense secures the rebound they must all get outside the 3 point line before trying to score. Offensively it is important to emphasize spacing and is a good drill for players to learn to find space. Defense muse get two feet in the lane before closing out to man or help. See More

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Basketball Play - 1 v 1 Contact Finishing

1 v 1 Contact Finishing

Jordan Petersen 07/18/2017

Defender stands at the elbow facing the basket. Offense is on the baseline and dribbles out to the defender and goes around the defender. Once the offense turns the corner it is live. Offense is getting shoulder tip hip/chest and trying to cut off or veer defense to finish. ADD ON: Dribble decision making/change of direction move can be added. Defender can lift up right or left arm to signal what way the offense must go around. See More

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Basketball Play - Drill Progression - Crossover Step

Drill Progression - Crossover Step

Randy Sherman 05/05/2017

An example of "phasing" a drill focusing on a simple fundamental - the crossover step and finishing at the rim - and making it game like in the final phase. NOTE: Phase C is omitted because it would look the same as Phase B excpet that X1 could touch either cone after the flip. Thus it has a live element for Player 1 would not know what crossover step to use beforehand. For help with phase planning your drills.... See More

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