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A drill to breakdown transition into a 3 person game (rebounder, outlet, wing) in isolation and also against a live defense. Coach can adjust where outlet and wing are on the court based on philosophy.
Our ability to cut and move people with and without the ball is vital to the integrity of motion basketball. The following 3 line drills all help to emphasize key principles in our cutting and driving games.
Kill the Grass has served us well over the years. We find this drill to be most beneficial when we are working with large numbers of campers and/or youth players. Players work with a partner or a group of three. Our older varsity players will also be spread throughout the gym and model the fundamental skills. They say, "It's not what you teach, but what you emphasize." KTG emphasizes the following fundamentals: passing, catching, triple threat, closing out, ball pressure, shot and foot fakes, blow-by and crossover live ball moves, dribbling, stops and pivots.
Transition offense is a huge part of the game. In this game like shooting drill, players will be working on scoring in transition. A defensive player will be closing out on the offense in the corner. The offensive player will have to read the defender to see if they should shoot it or drive it.
A drift pass is made from a baseline drive or catch where you force rotation from the defense. Teammates should be spaced in the opposite corner or slot. If they are not in position as the catch or drive occurs, then it is his or her responsibility to move to those spots as an outlet for their teammate. Baseline drives either force defense to rotate with the help defender covering down on the big or the defense begins to ball watch losing sight of their match up and being late on the closeout.
A #FindUseCreate teaching drill for reading the closeout
On the skip pass, the reciever reads ONE COUNT shot on the catch if there is space. If the closeout is long, read TWO COUNT drive.
Examples of "loading the drill" are in Frames 5 & 6
For more info on FindUseCreate offense checkout these resources:
Conceptual Offense - Find Use Create
Find Use Create Drills (Vol. 1)
Find Use Create Combo Pack - Concepts + Drills
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This is a fast-paced transition shooting drill that will get your team a lot of reps shooting game shots, from game spots, at game speed. Add in a decision making element with the options after the initial action.
Breakdown drill for conceptual offense. Two rules at play here:
If you are in a single gap and the ball looks at, dribbles at or pivots at you, cut to the basket and replace to space usually a corner
Attack double gaps with the dribble
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Use this drill to get offense and defense out of your Dr. Dish machine. Great for teaching closeouts, reading closeouts, playing in the gap, helping one pass away, engaging 2 defenders (zone o), and much more. Adjust the settings based on your team's skill level.
QUAD Offense breakdown drills
In 2v2 Continuous Loops the objective is to teach the driving player and the wing a few basic concepts of the QUAD Offense.
"Fill Behind Drives"
"Enlarger the Defense"
These concepts come from Canada Basketball and Italian Coach Mario DeSisti
QUAD Offense Playbook....