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‘Guard Outside’ Sets Up Post Feed

The point guard cuts outside the initial pass, which moves the back-side wing to the ballside block before the ball reverses and leads to another flash to the block. Why use this drill No play call is needed here. Simply have players react off the point guard’s movement after the… Read More


‘Guard Inside’ Attacks High Post

When the point guard cuts inside the initial pass, move the opposite wing to the high post and look for the weak-side post on a duck-in or post-up opportunity. Why use this drill A great way to keep defenses on its heels is to run sets where the offensive players… Read More


Cut, Catch & Finish With A 1-Dribble Pull-Up

As a complement to the previous drill, now add in a dribble so the shooter learns how to create more separation from a potential defender. Why use this drill Get players used to creating off the catch by having them take a dribble and shoot a pull-up jumper. It’s a… Read More


Curl, Catch & Shoot From 4 Spots

Shooting is more than a release, it’s about footwork to create a shot and catching the ball in a proper shooting position to ensure success Why use this drill You want players taking game shots. All four shots in this sequence come off cuts and curls you’d expect players to… Read More


4-Person Outlet Drill

More passing requires accuracy and proper spacing as another person enters the fold in pushing the ball up the floor. Why use this drill This is the next progression from the previous page’s drill. Get players used to throwing quick, accurate passes to advance the ball rather than the dribble…. Read More


Hustle and Focus like Geno Auriemma’s Huskies

Hustle and focus are required in this drill teaching your players how to get down the floor quickly and score before a transitioning defense recovers. Why use this drill Ten-time national champion Geno Auriemma uses this drill with his team as it works as a conditioner while players build on-court… Read More


Screen and Flash To The Hoop

Screen and Flash To The Hoop Run this simple out-of-bounds play from the University of Wisconsin, which pushed the Badgers to a 9-point, second-half lead in the national title game. Why use this screen & flash to the hoop play Defenders are forced to cover perimeter action with two players… Read More


Arizona Screen-and-Roll Play

The defense thinks this is a screen-and-roll from the right side but a couple extra layers allows your players to attack from the left and score. Why use this screen-and-roll play Initial screen-and-roll action forces the defense to make a decision and once the ball moves left, your offense has… Read More


Lots of movement sets up backdoor

A lot of screening and motion goes into this set in which the opposite post comes high, sets a ball screen, rolls and eventually gets a pass from a dribbling wing. Why use this play Arizona’s offense has five players constantly moving, which keeps the defense on its heels and… Read More


2-3 zone defense

A great counter when facing a 2-3 zone, have your wings cross and screen the top defenders creating an opening for the ball handler to drive. Why use this zone play Robert Morris University ran this play against Youngstown earlier this season. Rather than the typical zone play in which… Read More