Shooting Drills eBook
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Shooting Drills eBook
Table of Contents
1.
Team Drills
2.
Partner Drills
12
3.
Individual Drills
26
4.
Transition Drills
29
5.
Finishing Drills
34
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Team Drills
Table of Contents
2 Minute Shooting
3
Don Meyer: 3 Balls Baseline Drive (New)
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Mike Neighbors: 10 Up
5
Mike Neighbors: Move Shooting
6
Jamie Angeli: Drive and Kick Top Shots
7
Jamie Angeli: Motion Down Screen Curl Shooting
8
Jamie Angeli: Zone Drive and Kick Wing Shots
9
Jay Wright: Slide 3's
10
Jay Wright: 35 Second Shooting (Wing/Baseline)
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Team Drills
2 Minute Shooting
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5
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4
5
To be timed 2 minutes
Two lines of even players, one side with 2 balls, 1 ball on other
side. Side with two balls shoots first, rebounds and passes to
opposite side. Players count out loud until 2 minutes is up.
Credit: Stan Daugherty, Delta High School
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Team Drills
Don Meyer: 3 Balls Baseline Drive (New)
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- 3 offensive players with a ball on the wing
- The first player drives baseline and kicks to the baseline drift
- Second player drives baseline immediately after the first player
starts his drive. He will kick to the opposite slot.
- The third person with a ball will drive immediately after the
second player. He will pass back to the saftey crack back
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Team Drills
Mike Neighbors: 10 Up
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5 4 3
2 1
- Do NOT want to accumulate points
- For each consecutive basket made, builds up the point value of
bank
- The person who misses the next shot acquires all of the
consecutive makes
- Example: 8 consecutive shots have been made, the next person
misses, he has just acquired 8 points
- Once you have 10 points, you are out
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Team Drills
Mike Neighbors: Move Shooting
5 432
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5
1
Open Spot
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4
3
2
54 3
- Must get 10 points from each spot before you can move to the
next spot
- 3 pointer = 3 points
- 2 pointer = 2 points
- The 10th point can be a dunk or a lay-up
- First team to get all the way around wins
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- Must always make a pass through an empty spot
- All players start behind the 3 point line
- Shooter rebounds shot and passes to the next man in the
passing line
5 432
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Open Spot
2
54 3
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Variation
- Need to make 2 lay-ups before you can start accumulating
points
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Variation
- Can also be done as an individual drill
- Need 1 shooter, 1 rebounder, 1 passer
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Team Drills
Jamie Angeli: Drive and Kick Top Shots
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3
Jump stop
4
1
2
3
- 1 penetrates the lane, comes to a jump stop and kicks to 3
drifting to the corner
- 1 rotates to the wing after passing
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Jump stop
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2
3
- 3 penetrates the middle, jump stops and kicks to 2
- You now run the drill to the other side
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Team Drills
Jamie Angeli: Motion Down Screen Curl Shooting
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2
3
Shot
2
4
4
2
3
- Passing line starts under the rim
- Pass to the wing, and receive a down screen from 4
- 3 receives a pass from 2
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- 3 swings the ball to 4
- 3 down screens for 2 who curls off of the screen to receive a
pass from 4
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Team Drills
Jamie Angeli: Zone Drive and Kick Wing Shots
3
Jump stop
4
1
- 1 penetrates the lane, comes to a jump stop and kicks to 3
drifting to the corner
- 1 rotates to the wing after passing
- 3 follows his shot and dribbles to the opposite wing
3
2
4
3
4
- 1 penetrates the lane, jump stops and kicks out to 3
- 3 penetrates the lane, jump stops and kicks out to 4
- You know start the drill over with the players at the key,
pentrating and kicking out to the wings for a 3
- Run the same rotations
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Jump stop
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3
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- 2 penetrates the lane, comes to a jump stop and kicks to 4
drifting to the corner
- 2 rotates to the wing after passing
- 4 follows his shot and dribbles to the opposite wing
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Team Drills
Jay Wright: Slide 3's
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2nd Shot
1st Shot
3
1
3rd Shot
- 3 players, 2 balls
- 30 seconds on the clock
- When a shooter receives a pass, he ball fakes, slide dribbles to
the side and shoots a 3
- Shooter follows his shot and passes to the next open player who
does not have the ball
- Good drill for teaching end of game 3 pointers when the other
team knows that you need to shoot a 3
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Team Drills
Jay Wright: 35 Second Shooting (Wing/Baseline)
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Shot
2
1
2
Shot
3
- 35 seconds on the clock
- Shooter works from wing to baseline
- Keep track of makes (makes it competitive)
- Rebounder passes to passer, passer feeds the shooter
- Work on inside pivot (1-2 step)
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- After the baseline shot, shooter cuts to the wing to receive a
pass from the passer
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Partner Drills
Table of Contents
Vance Walberg: 5 Spot Shooting
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3 Point License
14
Continous 3Pt Shooting
16
Mike Neighbors: Celtic Shooting
17
2-Man Shooting Drill
18
90-Second 3's
19
Make 10 Before Miss 5
20
Windshield Wiper Shooting
21
Don Meyer: Make 10 Dont Miss 2 in a Row
22
Don Meyer: Make 5 in a Row, Putbacks Count
23
Don Meyer: 35 Shot Drill
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Partner Drills
Vance Walberg: 5 Spot Shooting
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2
3
- 5 spots on the floor (right and left baseline, right and left elbow
extended, top of the key) Again all 3 Point shots
- 4 Minutes on the clock
- Must make 10 baskets at each spot before moving on to the next
spot.
- Start at right wing, then right baseline, left baseline, left wing, top
of key.
- After you make the 10 shots at the top of key (for a total of 50
makes), keep shooting at the top of key until time runs out. The
goal is to score in the POSITIVE, which is any basket after making
the initial 50 baskets. For example, if you hit the 10 baskets from
each spot (50) and make 8 more baskets at the top of the key, the
score would be +8. On the other hand, if you only make it to the
left wing and make 6 shots before the 4 minutes run out, you
would have a score of (-14). Since you were 14 makes short of
the 50 makes that hitting 10 from all 5 spots would be.
- Drill is done with 3-5 players 2 balls. Line up at the first spot,
shoot, follow own shot, pass back to next person in line. After 10
baskets are made from the first spot (right wing) move on to the
next spot (right baseline) etc. etc.
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Partner Drills
3 Point License
5
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2
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4
3
5 sets of 10, 5 Drills, must make 35/50 to get 3 point license.
Drill1: 5 Spot shooting, 2 shots from each spot.
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10 shots from 5 spots, must touch middle before going to next
spot.
2
XX
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5 spots each spot, must touch halfcourt after each shot.
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5 shots each side, dribble into
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Partner Drills
3 Point License
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XX
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5 shots each side, V cut into shot.
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Partner Drills
Continous 3Pt Shooting
2
1
Player starts in corner, receives pass from under the basket, he
then sprints to sideline, then to wing, half court to top of key, half
court to wing, wing to sideline back to corner.
Credit: Jim Buller, Bethany Christian
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Partner Drills
Mike Neighbors: Celtic Shooting
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1
2
4
3
- The spots on the floor are the spots the player is going to shoot
from
- Shooter has to make 2 in a row in order to advance to the next
spot
- Have a rebounder and passer
- 2 minutes on the clock
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Partner Drills
2-Man Shooting Drill
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1
2
2
Step-in jumpers. #2 will step into the shot and shoot the jumper for
30-45 seconds and then switch with her partner.
1
1
2
Next progression is side-to-side shooting for 30-45 seconds.
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The shooter must always step back past the 3-point line and then
step into the shot each time.
2
Next progession is one dribble jump shots to the left and right for
30-45 seconds.
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Partner Drills
90-Second 3's
1
2
Players partner in two's. There are five different spots on the floor;
players choose any five they wish. Player 1 has to hit three
consecutive 3-pointers before they move on to the next spot. The
goal is to see how many spots they can clear before 90 seconds
expire. Coaches keep track of time and Player 2 rebounds for
Player 1. After the drill is over, have each player call out how
many spots have been cleared.
This is also a rebounding drill. Player 2 should be going up hard
for the rebound and making good outlet passes to Player 1.
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2
Player starts in corner with 2 min on clock. Goal is to make it
around and back before clock expires. 2 shots must be made in a
row before you can advance to the next spot. When you make it to
the opposite corner, a player must make 2 sets of shots in a row
(not 4). Xavier record is :58 left on clock.
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Partner Drills
Make 10 Before Miss 5
110
2
56
5
29
47
38
Make 10 Before Miss 5
Passer spaces ahead of shooter one spot.
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Partner Drills
Windshield Wiper Shooting
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1
2
- Need 1 shooter and 1 rebounder
- Drill starts by the shooter sprinting to the to the opposite sideline
and then coming back to the elbow / elbow extended to receive a
pass from the rebounder
- Need to emphasize proper footwork on the catch as well as
proper shooting mechanics
2
- After the shot, the shooter sprints to the opposite sideline and
comes back to the elbow / elbow extended to get another pass
from the rebounder
- Repeat 3 times on side
2
Shot
2
1
1
- Shooter now works on the wing shooting
- Shooter starts under the rim and cuts to the wing and receives a
pass
- Continue to emphasize footwork and shooting mechanics
- After the the shooter, the shooter gets his rebound and passes
back to the passer
- The shooter cuts to the opposite wing for another shot
- Repeat 3 times on each side
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Partner Drills
Don Meyer: Make 10 Dont Miss 2 in a Row
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3
- 1 shooter and 1 rebounder
- The shooter can shoot any game shot (game shots, game spots,
game speed)
- Need to make 10 baskets without missing 2 in a row
- If you miss 2 in a row, the shooter is out and a new shooter
comes in
- With younger players, allow them to shoot a lay-up to keep the
string going
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Partner Drills
Don Meyer: Make 5 in a Row, Putbacks Count
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3
2
- A good drill for post players --- teaches them to follow their shot
- Shoot game shots
- You can rebound a miss and put it back as long as the ball does
not touch the floor
- Need to make 5 in a row
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Partner Drills
Don Meyer: 35 Shot Drill
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4
1
1
- Drill starts by the shooter shooting 5 lay-ups
- His partner should contest the lay-up, but not try and block it
- Focus on making clean makes (glass, no rim)
- Alternate from side to side until 5 shots have been made
- Then the rebounder becomes the shooter
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4
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- The shooter will then progress to 5 shots of shot fake and drive
- Emphasize using a 2 inch shot fake, NO foot fake
- Shooter gets 1 dribble to get to the basket, unless the shooter is
performing a hesitation dribble
- The rebounder will pressure the shot to simulate game shots
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- The shooter will then progress to shooting 5 jump shots within
the arc
- The rebounder will pressure the shot to simulate game shots
- Shooter should catch with feet read and squred up to the basket
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- The shooter will then progress to 5 shots of shot fake and jump
shot
- Emphasize using a 2 inch shot fake, NO foot fake
- Shooter gets 1 dribble to cover some distance and seperation
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Partner Drills
Don Meyer: 35 Shot Drill
4
1
- The shooter will then progress to 5 shot3 point shots
- Defender closes out to challenge the shot
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Individual Drills
Table of Contents
Cone Shooting
27
X Shooting (New)
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Individual Drills
Cone Shooting
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1
First Series: Layups from both side of the floor. Can be regular
layups or power layups
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C
Third Series: Shoot jump shot, sprint to rim, then cut back to cone.
Work from both side of floor.
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Second Series: 2 dribble pulls ups from both sides of floor
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Individual Drills
X Shooting (New)
XX
XX
1
XX=Chair with ball
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XX
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Shooter circles around chairs, gets ball and shoots. Make 10
shots
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Transition Drills
Table of Contents
Reaction Shooting
30
Transition Shooting
31
Transition Shooting Series
32
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Transition Drills
Reaction Shooting
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Reaction Shooting. Split team up into even lines on each side of
the floor before half court. One coach at the top of the key on
each end. Everyone has a ball.
First player in line passes to the coach, sprints up the sideline and
then cuts back to receive the ball from the coach.
The coach will give verbal commands that the player has to
execute immediately. They are:
1) Shoot, 2) Drive right, 3) Drive left, 4) Shot fake & drive, 5)
Power Lay-up, 6) or a variety of other offensive moves off the
catch and / or dribble.
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Reaction Shooting. Shooters get their own rebound and get to the
end of the line on the opposite side of the floor.
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Transition Drills
Transition Shooting
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2
1
3
10 shots each:
Dribble at coach, crossover to elbow pullup jumper
From wing, pass to coach receive pass, catch rip and drive
baseline/middle.
From wing, pass to coach receive pass, shot fake and one dribble
baseline/middle.
From wing, catch & shoot 3's.
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Transition Drills
Transition Shooting Series
Rebound shot
Shot
Speed dribble
1
- Can be an individual drill or a partner drill
- Spots marked on the floor are the spots where shots are going to
be taken
1
- Drill starts at half court
- The shooter lobs the ball out in front of him
- He sprints ahead to catch the ball on the first bounce (simulates
receiving a pass)
- He should catch in rhythm for a pull up 3
- Shooter follows his shot
- He then speed dribbles back to half court with his weak hand
- Repeat for a total of 3 transition 3 point shots
Rebound shot
Rebound shot
Shot
Shot
Speed dribble
Speed dribble
1
- The shooter lobs the ball out in front of him
- He sprints ahead to catch the ball on the first bounce (simulates
receiving a pass)
- He should catch in rhythm for a shot fake and then takes 1 hard
dribble to the free throw nail for a pull up jumper
- Shooter follows his shot
- He then speed dribbles back to half court with his weak hand
- Repeat for a total of 3 transition nail pull up jump shots
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- The shooter lobs the ball out in front of him
- He sprints ahead to catch the ball on the first bounce (simulates
receiving a pass)
- He should catch in rhythm, shot fake, 1 dribble pull up off the
glass
- Shooter follows his shot
- He then speed dribbles back to half court with his weak hand
- Repeat for a total of 3 transition pull ups off of the glass
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Transition Drills
Transition Shooting Series
Rebound shot
Shot
Speed dribble
1
- Drill starts at half court
- The shooter lobs the ball out in front of him
- He sprints ahead to catch the ball on the first bounce (simulates
receiving a pass)
- He should catch in rhythm, shot fake, rip and drive
- Shooter follows his shot
- He then speed dribbles back to half court with his weak hand
- Repeat for a total of 3 transition drives
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Finishing Drills
Table of Contents
Jab Series (New)
35
Rob Jeter: Finishing School
36
Michael Meeks: Finishing Moves
37
Ginobili Drill
38
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Finishing Drills
Jab Series (New)
x1
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Finishing Drills
Rob Jeter: Finishing School
4
x5
5
C
- Drill starts with 2 post players and a defensive player staning in
between them
- Coach throws the ball to one of the offensive players
- The defensive player tries to contest the post move of the
offensive player
- The player who does not receive the pass clears out
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Finishing Drills
Michael Meeks: Finishing Moves
Finger Rolls:
Emphasizing a stretching out with the ball. Hand underneath the
ball going up softly.
To speed up the drill, tell them to push out the ball and try to get
there with no more than two dribbles.
Also have them starting on the same side dribble down the key to
finish on the other side of the hoop.
The stretch can be exaggerated by telling them to jump over
cones.
Allows you to separate from defender. Allows you to make a layup
at full speed with no slow down.
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Finishing Drills
Ginobili Drill
Fake to x2
Baseline
1
1 attacks the rim, using the Ginobili layup by faking to the baseline
before ripping the ball back across the body to protect the ball.
Usually results in a reverse layup.
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x2 Fake to
Baseline
1
1 attacks the rim, using the Ginobili layup by faking to the baseline
before ripping the ball back across the body to protect the ball.
Usually results in a reverse layup.
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