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This past month we got back to playing “No Dribble Games”. For the most part, we play “half court 5 on 5, no dribble”. We generally play make it, take it. Check the ball at the top on change of possession. This drill does so much for your team…. Improves spacing.
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Basic Drill Setup With youth players we give the numbers advantage to the offense. So we usually play 3v1, 3v2, 4v2, 4v3, 5v3, or 5v4. The more defenders you add, the harder the drill. In the diagram, we're playing 4v2. The rules are simple. The offense tries to advance the ball past the opposite baseline without dribbling.
When doing ANY of your basketball drills or dribbling, don’t be lazy. You should constantly be thinking about “snapping” the hand down and putting energy into each contact. This snap movement should finish with the hand pointing directly down, fingers towards the floor. Think about your dribbling as if you’re going up to hit a jump shot.
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Game based drills are the best way to simulate what happens in a game and improve dribbling skills. These are vital drills to incorporate into your practices. Many are 1v1 in nature, which forces the player to dribble (no one to pass to and bail them out). 1v1 Speed Dribble. 1v1 Overlap. Beatem to the Left. 1 on 1 Dribbling Drill With Random Traps
Once bounce allowed - Players are allowed to take 1-dribble whenever they get possession. This isn’t a requirement, just an option. Only bounce passes allowed – Restrict your players too using bounce passes. 3 teams – The drills starts by dividing your team into 3 teams of between 3 - 5 players.
Stationary 2 Basketball Dribbling Drills. 38. Double Pound at Ankle Height Dribble both basketballs as hard as you can at ankle height. 39. Double Pound at Waist Height Dribble both basketballs as hard as you can at waist height. 40. Double Pound at Shoulders Height Dribble both basketballs as hard as you can at shoulder height. 41. Double Pound Alternating