5 Basketball Passing Drills 1. 32 Advance How the Drill Works: Players form 3 lines spread out evenly along the baseline. The two outside lines start with a basketball. 3 players progress up the court passing the basketball’s back and forth to the middle player and then finishing the drill with two layups. Purpose:
Youth Basketball Drills & Sample Practice Plans © Page 2 Toe Touches This is a simple stretch where players stand straight with their legs together and feet flat on the ground. The player then SLOWLY attempts to touch their toes while keeping their knees/legs straight. The players should not bounce when attempting to touch their toes. Quad Stretch
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Youth Dribbling & Ball Handling Drills. 1. Maravich Stationary Ball Handling Drills - These are beginner drills to help develop better hand-eye coordination and a feel for the basketball. 2. 2-1-0 Dribbling Drills - These are beginner progressions for teaching basketball moves to your players. 3.
The drill is played in the half court and involves 10 players, 5 on offense and 5 on defense. Players are not allowed to dribble or move with the ball. They must only pass. Screening is allowed and players without the ball can move freely. The goal of the drill is not to try and score a basket. The offense scores 1 point by reversing the ball from one side of the court to the other or by passing to a player who has two feet inside the lane.
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#5- Movement Drill The quicker your feet, the harder it is for your opponent to read your moves. Your movement will help you with any aspect of your basketball game. So, keep on practicing. Line hops are a very good way to become faster on your feet. Try side to side, front to back and even mix it up.
5 Star Passing Drill. The 5 star passing drill is a great way to work on passing teamwork, the hands of your players, their footwork, and communication skills. All you need for this drill is 1 basketball and 10 or more players. You can start the drill by having at least two players on each point of the 5 stars.
If you can't get open, set a ball-screen and run the pick and roll. If you are playing with two post players, work with your opposite post player. Screen for each other. Play "hi-lo", one at the high post and one inside, moving and rotating in these spots as the ball moves. For example, if the ball is on the opposite wing and you see that your teammate is being full-fronted in the low post, cut to the ball-side elbow for the pass, and then dump the ball inside from there.