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So ,for this drill, and for this, I brought in a partner, so you need a partner to do this drill. First, I just want to talk about how we’re supposed to be moving without the basketball. If the ball’s on the wing here, and I’m on the top, and my teammate was to drive baseline, I need to make sure that I come over here and fill this spot ...
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This is a great 5-on-5, half-court drill that teaches players how to move without the ball and pass while under pressure without wasting the dribble. Our team started using this drill during the middle of the season, and it led to a tremendous improvement in our players’ ability to take better care of the basketball — especially during end-of-game situations.
Another thing that a player without the ball can do is set a screen. After screening, seal the defender and cut, roll, flare, slip, etc. When the defense switches the screen, it's often the screener that gets open.
This is a great team Basketball drill that will help teach your players off ball movement. Moving off the ball in Basketball is very important to get open fo...
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A great drill to improve not only passing, but also moving without the ball, spacing, cutting, etc. This drill will lead to less over-dribbling in games and fewer turnovers. Setup: Divide players in two teams depending on the number of players you have available at practice. Try to make teams similar height and skill level. The drill only needs one basketball. Instructions:
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.
Your players will not learn to move effectively without the ball in a few sessions. It will take time but if you have a systematic approach that focuses on the key concepts, your players will LEARN how, when and where to move to create openings for themselves and their teammate.