There are several different types of basketball crossovers that a player can do to get past a defender, or out of trouble. One of the types of crossovers is the over the top push crossover move, and that is what this basketball dribbling drill is going to work on. This type of crossover is going to be used when a defenders hands are in the dribbling lane and you need to push the ball over top of their hand to get past them. Another great time to use this type of crossover is when splitting a ball screen. This 2 ball basketball drill practices the over the top crossover, but it also works on d
This is not a complex shooting drill that has a lot of moving parts, and is in fact pretty basic, but it is a great way to keep a shooter mentally engaged when shooting catch and shoot shots, and it will provide some variation to simply just catching and shooting over and over again without some kind of competitive factor involved. It is important that shooters stay mentally engaged when they are shooting so that they don't allow themselves practice bad habits.So shooting drills like this are great because they give the shooter a competition rather than just mindlessly shooting.
A lot of times when it comes to practice there are only so many minutes to get in what you want to work on, so it is important that when you do do skill development drills that a lot of players are involved in the drill, and that there are a lot of repetitions in a short period of time. This team basketball drill is going to accomplish just that. It will allow the players to get a lot of high quality reps at finishing off of one foot in a short period of time. The drill also implements some shooting off of the dribble as well so that players are constantly working during this drill.
It is important for players to see shots go in, the more they can see shots go in the more confidence they play with. So it is important to try and find time during practice to work on shooting. Unfortunately as pretty much every coach knows, it seems like there is never enough time in practice to work on everything that you want to. So you need to find team basketball drills that maximize time. This team shooting drill is great at maximizing time for two reasons, it allows every player to be involved in the drill and it can be substituted in as part of warming up. Players will be able to get
One of the best ways to get high percentage baskets is guard penetration to a post dump off. The penetration forces the defensive post player to step up to stop the ball and this creates the opportunity to pass the ball off to the offensive post player. However, this only works if the post player does a great job creating space for a passing angle, and then also catches the basketball moving towards the basket. A good post defender is going to recover pretty quickly on the dump off pass, so it is extremely important that the offensive post players technique is great on the catch and then fini
If you are constantly having to fall back on your strong hand, and use it as a crutch that is not good. You need to be able to develop your weak hand so that it is as good as your dominant hand. This means that you have to spend time doing basketball drills that are going to work on your handles, and give you confidence in your dribbling abilities. Two basketball dribbling drills are a great way to balance yourself out as player. They will help give you confidence to dribble the basketball with either hand because you don't have the ability to switch the basketball over to your strong hand. Y
A great way to get quality shots as a post player is to set a great screen and then pop for an open shot. Setting a great screen forces the post defender to have to help on the ball handler and this opens up the shot for the post player. This Florida Gators pick and pop shooting drill is going to allow for the post player(s) to get up a lot of quality repetitions in a short period of time. You can do this drill in a one on one workout or with a group of post players because it is quick paced and allows for quality reps at a high pace. Drill Name: Florida Gators Pick and Pop Shoo
Learning to play in the post requires not only different drills to develop moves, but also the chance to work on these moves against live competition. Post players need to be able to practice feeling a defender on them and then being able to read that defender before using a specific move. This post drill is great for working on both offense and defense and will allow both players to get a lot of repetitions in the post and learn to compete on the block. It is a great drill to do with traditional post players, or even guards that spend time in the post. Drill Name: 1 on 1 Post F