Cutting Drills. Motion Offense Drill: Teaching Effective Cuts and Movements At Beginning of Season. 1 on 1 Zipper Cut Drill. 5 Seconds to Get Open 1v1. 3 Drill Progressions to Get Open. Fill and Read The Defense. Screening Drills. Pick and Roll Drills. Competitive 1 on 1 Shooting Drill To Teach Curls & Fades. 3v3 Away Screens. 3v3 Back Screens. Ball Movement Drills
The drill starts with a pass to either coach (on the sidelines). The offensive players are not allowed to use screening or dribbling, instead using spacing, timing of cuts and communication to get open and score. The offensive players can pass the ball back to the coaches at any time, so essentially it is 4-on-2.
The drill begins with the defender playing tight on the player who starts with the basketball. The offensive player utilises pivots and fakes to make a pass to the other offensive player while the defensive player attempts to deflect or steal the pass. After each pass is made, the defender sprints to the receiver and plays tight defense again.
This motion offense drill will help you identify the cuts and scoring opportunities in your motion offense.Effective Cuts and Movements for a Successful Moti...
Basketball Offensive Drill - Swing passing, cut and finish at the rim. This drill works on a multitude of offensive basketball skills. Quick accurate passing, good movement, footwork and cuts, and finishing at the rim. It encourages players to make good, hard cuts to the basket and then finish.
The thing that differentiates one motion from another is the rules and philosophy that each coach installs. Here are some specific motion offenses that employ certain rules and philosophies: The Dribble Drive Motion Offense. 5 Out Cutters Offense. Open Post Offense - Motion Offense, Diagrams, Drills, and Plays. Duke Motion Offense.
Offensive Movement. For a player to contribute to the team on the offensive side of the court, they must be familiar with basic offensive movements. There are primarily three things a ball handler can do in the half-court offense after passing the basketball. Cut toward the basket, looking for a pass (give-and-go). Screen away for a teammate.
During this drill, you really want to focus on footwork. There’s no question that the game of basketball is like learning a dance. The offensive end of the floor, it’s a dance–you have to learn how to pivot, how to catch and face, how to be balanced. On the defensive end of the floor, you have to learn how to get down in a stance and slide.
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