These are the BEST basketball shooting drills for quick release. You must master this concept to become a better shooter and basketball player. Learn how to ...
This is 1 of the 12 shooting drills that we gave to anybody who purchased our Breakthrough Basketball Shooting Guide as an unadvertised bonus. Don Kelbick was kind enough to supply us with these videos. This drill is great for developing a quick shooting release. It provides a game-like situation that forces you to shoot quickly. Instructions:
Doubles Shooting Drill. This is shooting drill is a good one to use as a competition. Performing this drill: In this drill, there are five spots that players choose from. They can be anywhere from 10-footers to 3-point shots, depending on the skill level. The rules are: If a player makes two in a row from a spot, they move on to the next one
“ It’s called the “Quick Six” drill, and this basketball shooting drill allows athletes to concentrate on making the shots. “ In it, the athlete simply works on his throwing and making six shots – 2 layups, 2 face up moves and 2 jump hooks.
3 Spot Warmup Drill (video) Tips For Better 3 Point Shooting. 3 Pass Lay-ups, Mascot Drill. 3 Man Weave Shooting. Shooting Drills For Footwork. Two-Ball Shooting Drill. 2 Basket Drill for 3 Point Shooting. 2 Line Shooting Drill. Earning The Green Light – The 3 Point License.
Basketball Shooting Drills - Quick Pivot Jumpers Description: Drill works on strong pivoting, squaring up to basket and a quick release, along with pump fakes and shots off the dribble. Instructions: Have player face coach who is standing 10 feet from top of key with a ball. 1) Player stands at foul line.
Coach Tim Springer demonstrates a great point guard drill that involves multiple stationary changes of direction into a quick release, one dribble jump shot....
Basketball Defensive Drills - Quick Close-out Description: This drill focuses on the defensive player performing a proper close-out of a shooter. Upon release of the shot a proper box-out must be performed along with a rebound, proper pivot, and strong outlet pass to the shooter who is roaming along the free-throw line. Instructions:
Use the backhand, the stick shaft or even the butt-end to bounce the ball or the puck. Be creative and get out of your comfort zone! Bounce the tennis ball off other surfaces (like a wall) to keep it in the air. Bounce a hockey puck as many times as you can.
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