By George Matthew Karl
An entire number of the main the most important offensive basketball drills. Covers conditioning, ball-handling, screening, passing, taking pictures, fast-break, lay-up, submit play, offensive rebounding and out-of-bound drills. each one drill is defined intimately and diagrammed. training guidelines are incorporated for max effects.
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Their efforts and feedback have helped influence the design and ultimately the selection of the drills included in this book. Page 5 Dedication This book is dedicated to our familieswho motivated us to strive for excellence and reach for new heights. Their love enriches and energizes us. George Karl Terry Stotts Price Johnson Page 7 Preface For the more than three decades that I have been playing and coaching basketball, I have observed countless situations on the court and literally thousands of individuals attempting to play the game to the best of their abilities.
The first group assumes a position at one endline as shown. On command from the coach, X1 inbounds the ball to X2 and then cuts behind as X2 moves upcourt. X2 then passes the ball to X3 and cuts behind X3. The players move upcourt using a three-player weave. The ball never touches the floor. At the other basket, X2 shoots a lay-up after receiving a pass from X1. X3 rebounds the lay-up. Coaching Point: The player making the pass should always cut behind the player to whom the pass was made. Page 37 Drill #25: Baseball Pass on the Break Objective: To develop the ability to throw an accurate baseball pass on the fast break; to practice performing a straight-line fast break.
X1 then pops out looking for the pass to take the jump-shot. X2 passes the ball to the open player. As players' skills improve, the coach may want to add one or more defenders to add difficulty to the drill. The coach should stress maintaining proper spacing between players. Page 30 Drill #19: Screen and Roll Drill Objective: To develop the footwork and screening techniques necessary to execute a screen and roll away from the ball play. Description: The team should be divided into groups of three.