This popular play requires several movements, screens, handoffs and passes to set up a passer outside the arc throwing a leading pass to a player cutting to the hoop. Why use it The constant movement in this play forces the defense to cover a lot of areas and eventually breaks down after multiple screens and... MORE
1v1 shooting drill for constant movement
The shooter covers a lot of ground in 2 minutes while trying to make more shots than miss and get the score into the 5- to 7-point range.
Why use this drill
- Get players out of the stand-still shooting funk in the offseason by suggesting this game, which requires constant movement.
Setting up this drill
- The drill requires a shooter and a rebounder. Eventually, the rebound gets an opportunity to shoot and compete against the first shooter’s score.
How to play
- The initial shooter takes the first shot from an elbow. Make the shot and sprint to the opposite sideline, then move to that sideline’s elbow as therebounder gathers the ball .
- The rebounder passes to the shooter, who takes the shot.
- Make it and continue the movement by running to the opposite side.
- Miss it (as shown) and the shooter rebounds the ball .
- Grab the missed shot, shoot the layout, sprint to the opposite sideline and move to the elbow.
- The rebounder grabs the ball after the layup and readies to pass to the elbow .
Here’s a simple diagram for setting up this drill
Get the technique right to perform drill effectively
- A made shot is +1 and a missed shot is -1. Shoot for two minutes and the goal is to score 5 to 7 points.
- Players should make their own goal and realize some NBA players struggle to get to 7.