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QUAD Offense Breakdown Drill
These Blast Cut reads are part of the curriculum for Canada Basketball. This Phase B drill uses a guided defender to teach the reads.
The four reads are:
Catch & Drive Middle
Catch & Rip Thru Baseline
Quad Offense Playbook....
This drill can be done as a pre-practice drill or as a pre-game warm-up. You will need at least seven players to execute the drill properly.
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Tiger Passing is a drill that can be used to work on passing, cutting, and being strong with the basketball. For teams that like to run Open Post offense, it also works on the offensive concepts.
Our ability to cut and move people with and without the ball is vital to the integrity of motion basketball. The following 3 line drills all help to emphasize key principles in our cutting and driving games.
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.