The Self-Toss 1-on-1 Offensive Rebounding can be quickly progressed into a small-sided game. The goal is to work on your offensive rebounding system. Our offensive rebounding system is explained here: Windsor Offensive Rebounding System The basic concept is to score at the rim or kick out for an open three-point shot. This offensive rebounding system blends effectively with the Second Cut Concept.
This video provides an example of how to add the second cut concept to a 3-on-1 Reaction Drill. This builds on the 3-on-1 Reaction Drill outlined in this blog on Improve your On Air Basketball Drills. A second cut happens when a dribbler penetrates and an off the ball player basket cuts. The basket cut can happen during the live dribble or
Most effective offense vs. effective defense comes down to a 2-on-1 advantage in the half-court. To develop our players concept of attacking and defending a 2-on-1 in the half-court we use 2-on-1 Shooting. Similar to 3-on-2 and 4-on-3 Shooting you can use constraints to shape the learning required for your players to improve. I believe this the best shooting drill
This drill develops interior scoring, passing and decision-making. It builds on many of the concepts relating to scoring and passing out of 21 Position. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Summer+2017/21+Position+2v1.mp4 Check out other drills involving the 21 Position: 21 Position Game Footage 21 Position Practice Drills
Two players work together using a “push” or “pull” concept, and applying our zero seconds skill concepts. Two players work together around the three-point line to penetrate and space. This drill works on penetration reaction spacing, first step attacks, passing and catching, and team concepts. To introduce penetration concepts combine with Full-Court Penetration Reaction. If a player is a dribbled at
This full-court penetration drill works on penetration reaction spacing, first step attacks, passing and catching, and team concepts. To introduce penetration concepts combine with 2-on-0 Penetration Reaction. It is an early progression for new players to the concept of push-pull penetration reaction. Two players work together using a “push” or “pull” concept. If a player is a dribbled at they are
Back Drop 1-on-1 is used to develop the stab dribble concept. On a stab dribble I emphasize “getting the ball to the floor” as fast as possible on a first step. Once the ball is on the floor a player must figure out their best opportunity to score based on the defender’s coverage on the closeout. This drill applies all
As I demonstrated in Back Drop Blind 1-on-1 we use this drill to work on our players ability to attack and counter off of a stab dribble start. The goal of any 1-on-1 is to score. This is the same goal for the player starting with the ball on offense as they are playing 1-on-1 until they get a shot,
This 5-Out Continuity creates great spacing for multiple scoring possibilities. Video outline: 00:13 Advantages 00:24 How to Run It 00:32 Entry Options 00:46 Options on Reversal 00:50 Options in Ball Screen 1:01 Ball Movement 1:38 Snap Back 1:59 Reject 2:31 Pass to Roller 2:55 Factors in Determining Who the Screener Is 3:20 Penetration Reaction 3:51 Post Reaction 4:21 Flow in
Any drill you traditionally use close to the basket can easily be extended to make it a half-court or full-court drill. In this example we extend 3-on-3 Closeouts to start it at half-court. We do so to work on a specific wing attack, and wing ball screen, situation. Any situation you want developed can be incorporated into this half-court version.