Intense Basketball Drills - Training for Toughness – Hard-Nosed, High-Intensity Practice. Illinois head coach Brad Underwood has built programs well-known for their toughness and grit. While at Stephen F. Austin and Oklahoma State, Underwood went to four straight NCAA tournaments and garnered a number of Coach of the Year awards.
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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.
1 starts the drill by passing to 2. 2 passes back and 1 hits 3 for a lay-up. 2 rebounds the ball out of the net and the players head back to the end where they started. 1 sprints around the cone that are there to teach players to run wide, and 3 sprints out to the opposite wing.
Overview: Similar to dribble knockout except players aren’t allowed to hit the basketball of the other players away. Instead, the aim of the drills is to navigate through and dodge all the other players using dribbling moves and by being creative with the dribble.
Being able to measure improvement over the course of the season can be difficult in some basketball drills, but not so in Olympic shooting. This is a great transition drill that will allow you to hold your players accountable and force them to strive to do better each and every practice.
This is a great warm-up and shooting drill especially for youth basketball. It gives players a chance to shoot many repetitions from all different spots on the floor and it’s high intensity with everyone encouraging each other. Setup: • Two lines on the baseline at about the width of the key lane. • Two basketballs.
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.
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.
The first movement is a sprint and then close out to the cone in front. The player then back-pedals around a cone directly behind them, and then slides across to the other side of the court. When the first defender slides past the line, that triggers the next player in line to start the drill.