Search Results
152 plays Found, Page 1 of 11 Order by:

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

Favorite Send to FastDraw
Basketball Play - Follow The Leader Drives

Follow The Leader Drives

John Leonzo 09/25/2016

Players line up at whatever spot the coach decides. Each player has a ball. Players will pass the ball out to themselves, catch it and attack according to the teaching points shown. Execute the following: - Catch and go - Jab and go middle - Jab shot fake go - Jab shot fake go middle See More

Favorite Send to FastDraw
Basketball Play - Continuous Blast-Cuts

Continuous Blast-Cuts

Joel Hueser 09/13/2016

A good motion offense is hard to guard; all the while maintains good floor balance and spacing. This is done by cutting and replacing. Continuous blast cuts is a two line shooting drill that teaches just that. Our primary motion cut after passing off the top is toward the basket (aka basket cut). When that happens it is important to fill the open spot from the weakside with a blast cut. In doing so we like to emphasize the following: 2 Step Rule - Take your defender two steps toward the basker before blasting to the top. Recruit the Glute - Blast off of your baseline foot. Change of Speed - We like to say go in slow and come out fast. Outside Hand - Provide and pass to the outside hand away from the defense. Inside Pivot - We teach the inside pivot. On the catch, square up to the basket and look RPA (rim, post, action). This drill progresses through four phases: Catch & Shoot Shot Fake Blow-by Foot Fake Crossover Back-cut This is a great team shooting drill to incorporate at all levels: elementary ages to professional! See More

Favorite Send to FastDraw