basketball drills for passing
- A runs in and (runs or around his/her axis and passes the ball to B or gives a sliding flat to B).
- B takes the ball open and gives a weighted push (a push that stops rolling) in the course of player C
- C takes the ball and accelerates to the pilons line without stopping or slowing it down (hip just in front of the left foot is the easiest way to do this) C the ball in the course of Player D
- Player D runs through the ball and takes the ball strongly. He runs through one gives a backhand pass (FINGERS SPREAD) to E
- Player E takes the ball at once and gives a bouncing ball in the course of F that takes and scores!
- Player A must give a slide on B (let the ball slide off your stick)
- Persist: you are chasing your ball
- Numbers opposite each other.
- Increasing distance slowly.
- Pass with 1 hand up on 1 hand teammate.
- Catch with 1 hand and throw back. Continue until ball falls.
- Alternate right/left.
- As soon as this runs.
- Two numbers left and right midcourt.
- Throw with 1 hand, catch, pass with same hand on cutting player for lay-up.
- Left/right alternate.
- Set up players:
- 1 with ball on the head (pos 1/white),
- 1 in position 2 or 3 (blue),
- The rest on 4 or 5 (same side as the forward, red).
- A defender or pilon somewhere around the free throw line or closer to 1 (is the defender of 1)
- White passes to blue and immediately makes a cutting movement.
- Feint to the left and cut across the defender
- Blue passes the ball to white in its movement and takes position 1.
- First of red fills in the position of blue.
- White scores with the ball and the ball goes back to the new player in position 1.
- White follows red and becomes the last player in the red row.
- The exercise starts again.
- All players shoot from multiple positions.
- Can be a game with players at other basket.
- For example: 10 points from each position.
- Scoring of the position under the board also using the board.
- Catch your own ball or give a good pass to the next in line.
- Make sure you are ready to score as a shooter.
- Use only 1 ball per basket
Start with 1 ball, later on you can use two balls.
- 4 rows in 4 corners
- 1 ball in opposite corner
- pass to the man on the right, run straight ahead
- pass to the running man, and run straight ahead
- running man passes straight ahead, connecting behind the second row.
- Call out the name of the person you're passing to.
- after 5 minutes, switch sides and pass left
- With 3 men on the back line and the middle one has a ball.
- The middle one passes to a man and chases the ball.
- The receiver keeps the ball behind him and the one who passed first takes the ball and passes on.
- The person who has the ball behind his back runs behind the ball, picks it up at the receiver and passes on to the other side.
- They do this while running to the basket on the other side.
- If someone is close enough to the basket, the man plays a lay-up.
- Make variations on the passing lines
- Consider the pilons as the defense (players can also be used for this).
- Player 1 (white runs) towards player blue.
- Halfway through the run, player blue runs behind his defender and asks for the ball.
- Player white passes to blue.
- As soon as player blue catches the ball, player red sprints away behind his defender.
- As soon as player red catches the ball player 2 sprints away from white behind his defender.
- The makes the circle go round. This is an active exercise in which timing, passing and catching are a crucial part.
- Because everyone is busy, this is also conditionally a good drill.
- With younger players the distance between pilons is shorter.
- Starting from U16
- 2 or 4 centers
- 1 ball per pair
- a basket
- Defending a turn around jump shot
- box out after shot
- stimulate offensive rebound after shot
- attacker turns around his axis and shoots
- Defender brings his body in front of the ball with a slide-step, as close as possible to the body of the attacker.
- keeps both arms straight up (= wall) so that the attacker has less view of the basket and has to adjust his shot slightly to shoot over the outstretched arms
- box out immediately after the shot
- A goal is 1 point
- offensive rebound is 2 points even after a goal
- each player defends 5 times in a row
- loser for each point difference: 2 push-ups
- feet slightly wider than shoulder width
- knees slightly bent
- upper body and arms vertically
- NO batting movement towards the ball
- stand up against the attacker by moving towards the attacker (the upper body remains vertical)
- attacker starts under the ring, with his back to the back line and gives a short bounce pass to himself
- attacker first makes a shoulder fake in the opposite direction just before the shot
- Elbow shot
- Outlet pass after scoring
- overhead pass from low post to elbow
- rebounding after shot and stepping directly over the back line and taking the ball
- always follow the ball and take the next position
- set a target; e.g. 30 shots
- In the final step, bring the ball over the head and turn the face towards the field
- tight overhead pass to the outlet
- ask high for the ball
- Pass the ball in the shooting hand
- left and right
- Fill waiting time at forward position with fake passes
- Vice versa: After scoring, pass to the elbow and shoot from the corner
- rebounder (1) passes to outlet (2)
- and runs behind the outlet along the sideline to the other side to get the ball back for a layup.
- Outlet (2) passes to a man in center circle (3),
- He then dribbles to approx. the 3-point line and plays a bounce pass to (1) for lay-up.
- (3) takes the rebound and is becomes (1) at the opposite site of the field
- With 10 persons or more, include one (4) in the far corner.
- In that case, (3) passes to (4), which then gives a bounce pass to (1)
- and then grabs the rebound and becomes (1).
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