By George Matthew Karl
A whole number of the main an important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, capturing, fast-break, lay-up, submit play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. each one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training tips are integrated for optimum effects.
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Extra resources for 101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice)
They concentrate on the rim and go through the motions of shooting a proper jump-shot without a ball. The players should concentrate and visualize each shot. They should have a mental image of the ball going in the basket. Players should rotate in an arc to five positions around the perimeter, remaining 12 to 15 feet from the rim. Coaching Point: The coach should observe each player's concentration level carefully and adjust the time period allowed for the drill accordingly. Page 70 Drill #57: Rotation Shooting Drill Objective: To allow a team to take a large number of shots from different areas on the floor.
X3 cuts off the screen and looks for a pass, while X1 rolls to the basket. X2 chooses the most open man to which to pass. The coach may also designate which player involved in the screen and roll should receive the pass. The level of difficulty in the drill may be increased by adding one or more defenders to the drill. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be placed on using the proper footwork to execute the screen and roll. Page 31 Drill #20: Double Post Screening Drill Objective: To develop the footwork and screening skills of post players; to practice catching and passing the ball.
When a player's ball is knocked out, that player is eliminated. Play continues until only one player remains in the circle. The coach may wish to have each player who is eliminated run full court sprints to add competition and inject a conditioning element into the drill. Coaching Point: The emphasis should be on having players keep their heads up while dribbling and being aware of where other players are located. Page 23 Drill #13: Keep-Away Dribble Drill Objective: To develop the player's ability to control the ball while dribbling under defensive pressure.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl