A fun, fast-paced basketball drill for kids - works on shooting free throws under pressure and high-speed ballhandling. Setup Divide the team into two groups, and have them form two lines - the shooting team at the free throw line with two balls, and the dribbling team where the sideline meets baseline, each with their own ball.
3 Drills for Cutting and Screening - These are foundational drills for teaching your players how to move without the basketball. 2. String Spacing - Dribble at Wing - This teaches your players how to move to an open spot when dribble penetration occurs.
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This is a great basketball drill for players to practice shooting with perfect form and also a for coaches to teach and correct shooting form. Setup: Players form three lines a couple of feet out from the basket. Use both ends of the court if possible so that kids get to take more shots. Every players has a basketball. How it Works:
Loose Ball Scramble: Divide the kids into three groups, and have them line up at three different spots near the half court line. You will be on the court between them and the goal with the ball. When they are ready, toss the ball on the court like a loose ball.
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Drill #1 – Full Body Wraps (10 reps) Full body wraps is a tried-and-true method to develop a feel for the basketball and improve finger pad control. It is a great drill if there is not a lot of court space or if the previous event is cutting in your practice time! Or both!
Basketball For Beginners Youth basketball Drill - Kids basketballThis video will show you the best drills to use to get your kids game better!!! I use these ...
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.