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3-on-3 Flow (aka Flow Ball) is another one of our team favorites. Credit goes to @John_Leonzo for this fastbreak conditioner. We love it for a variety of reasons, but mostly for its emphasis on defensive transition and uptempo offense.
We have adapted the following scoring rules:
1) Play to 15 using 2's and 3's.
2) Player who scores game winner must validate with a made freet hrow.
3) Should the player miss, team score returns to 11 and play resumes.
Here are two drills from my friend Alan Stein (@AlanStein www.strongerteam.com) that make conditioning fun and productive. Check out the blog "Who Said Conditioning Can't Be Fun." at 3fromthecorner.com
Drill to work on defensive communication as well as closing out to help. Can add the offense circling up to add more of a challenge to the defense and have the offense work on finding/maintaining spacing.
Competitive drill to work on multiple skills or if you are limited with baskets and want to get shots up. Lanes can be adjusted based on your philosophy and number of players. Can add another lane to go 5 lanes wide.
Dr. Dish shooting drill to work on shooting on the move. Sprint from wing to wing taking shots at each wing. Emphasize ball in the air, feet in the air so player’s feet will be shot ready on the catch. Goal is to make 35 out of 50.
Dr. Dish shooting drill to work on shooting on the move. Sprint from corner to corner taking shots at each corner. Emphasize ball in the air, feet in the air so players feet will be shot ready on the catch to shoot. Goal is to make 35 out of 50.
Defending the 1v0
"Wolf" - Chase the dribbler from behind
Sprint back. "You are never too late on defense."
Attempt to block the shot low with the near hand
Rebound - do not go past the backboard!
Catching the dribbler from behind to block or change a shot is momentum changing play!
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.