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The Zig Zag Drill: The Zig Zag drill is one of the most popular defensive and ball handling drills in basketball. This drill requires one offensive player with the ball and one defensive player. The offensive player will start at the baseline in the corner of the court, with the defender in a proper defensive stance in front of them.
Stationary 1 Basketball Dribbling Drills. 1. Ball Slaps Continuously slap the basketball from one hand to the other. This is a great drill to start with to get your hands ready for the workout. 2. Straight Arm Finger Taps While making sure to keep your elbows locked, tap the basketball quickly back and forth straight out in front of you.
So your practice plan format might look something like this: Warm up (in the hallway before practice) 45 minutes of basketball skill drills. 15 minutes of defense & rebounding drills. 15 minutes of team offense drills. 15 minutes reviewing special situations (inbounds plays and press break) 30 minute scrimmage.
The drill starts with #1 (defensive player) passes the ball to #2 (the player that #1 is guarding) and then executes a perfect close out. As 3 receives a pass from 2, defensive player 1 jumps to denial position on the player he is guarding (#2) As the ball is swung to #4, #1 jumps to the help spot.
The drill begins with the coach throwing a basketball out into the middle of the court and calling out a few numbers between 1 and 6. If the coach wants to play games of 3 on 3, they might call out “1, 4, and 5!”
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Here are a few fun dribbling drills that are good for beginners: 3 Fun Drills: Pirate Dribbling, Mr Fox, and Coin Drops. Competitive Cone Touch Dribbling. Fun Dribbling Drills for All Ages. Basketball should be fun. By making the drills fun, players are motivated, improve, and look forward to practice.
We recommend you use a mix of block, interleaving, random, and game-based shooting drills in your basketball practices. Here’s an explanation of each type and why you should mix them... Type 1 - With block shooting drills, you practice the same skill over and over. Block drills are excellent for developing shooting technique, developing rhythm, and building confidence.
Place 23 cones at the baseline of one end of the floor and split the players up into two teams at the other end of the floor. Players shoot and are ‘rewarded’ by being allowed to go to the other end of the court and have a chance at collecting a cone if they make another shot.
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