By George Matthew Karl
A whole selection of the main an important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, capturing, fast-break, lay-up, put up play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. each one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training guidelines are integrated for optimum effects.
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Extra info for 101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice)
X2 passes to the opposite wing (X3), then sprints upcourt and receives a return pass from X3 about midcourt. While X1 and X3 sprint wide upcourt and then cut sharply to the basket, X2 dribbles to the foul line and stops penetration. He bounce passes to either wing for the lay-up and moves into position to receive an outlet pass on the side the shooter vacated. The opposite wing rebounds and makes an outlet pass to X2, who then makes a fullcourt baseball pass to the right wing player in the next group of three.
Denzer and Michelle A. Summers Developmental Editor: Joanna Wright Cover Design: Deborah M. Bellaire and Julie L. Denzer Cover Photos: Courtesy of the NBA Andy Hayt Coaches Choice Books is an imprint of: Sagamore Publishing, Inc. O. com Page 3 Contents Acknowledgments 4 Dedication 5 Preface 7 Diagram Key 8 Chapter 1 Conditioning Drills 9 2 Ball-Handling Drills 15 3 Screening Drills 27 4 Passing Drills 33 5 Shooting Drills 43 6 Fast-Break Drills 71 7 Lay-Up Drills 85 8 Post Play Drills 97 9 Offensive Rebounding Drills 105 10 Out-Of-Bounds Drills 113 About the Authors 120 Page 4 Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank John Sullivan for his editorial assistance in helping to write up drills presented in this book.
The player without the ball executes a good cut to get open and receives the pass with his hands extended in the proper position. The pass is caught in the air and the receiver executes a quick stop, preparing him to become the passer. The drill continues for a time period designated by the coach. As skill levels progress, the coach may wish to include passing off the dribble drive and passing to backdoor cuts to the basket. The coach should also emphasize using proper hand and body position when making or receiving passes and stepping to the pass when receiving it.
101 Offensive Basketball Drills (Coaches Choice) by George Matthew Karl