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Recreate Kyrie’s Big Shot

The shot that sent the NBA’s best regular season game into overtime, came from a welldesigned out-of-bounds play easily added into your playbook. Why use this out-of-bounds play Every team needs a few 3-point options when precious few seconds remain and the ball is being inbounded from the side. Set… Read More

 

Fast-paced drill for quality shots

Why use this shooting drill Work on shooting, closing out and following your shot in this fast-paced drill designed for players looking for a competitive way to get a lot of quality shots When three players want a shooting workout beyond simply tossing uncontested jumpers at the rim, encourage them… Read More

 

Boston’s Brad Stevens’ Shooting Set

Grab this set from one of the best play designers in the game – Boston’s Brad Stevens – to use a decoy off a double screen in setting up a shooter. Why use Brad Stevens’ shooting set A lot of teams love running a double screen to the weakside to… Read More

 

Head-to-head shooting drill

Players decide in advance how long to make the competition and what moves to use, then shoot head-to-head to determine a winner Why use this shooting drill Game shots are more than simply standing and shooting. Work on pull-ups, floaters and catch-andshoots in this competitive, two-player drill. Setting up this… Read More

 

1v1 shooting drill for constant movement

The shooter covers a lot of ground in 2 minutes while trying to make more shots than miss and get the score into the 5- to 7-point range. Why use this drill Get players out of the stand-still shooting funk in the offseason by suggesting this game, which requires constant… Read More

 

1v1 "baseball" shooting drill to pump up competitiveness

Incorporating a 9-inning concept, the "Baseball Shooting Drill" ramps up the competitiveness and rewards consistency. 2 reasons to use this drill Arm your players with several shooting games/drills they can do with just a partner or two during the offseason. This drill gets a lot of shots for a pair… Read More

 

Competitive game to practise shooting this off-season

The shooter must make two consecutive shots from one position to advance to the next – the goal is to finish all seven spots before 90 seconds expire. 3 reasons to use this drill This is a simple, competitive drill two players can do without coach supervision. Dissuade players from… Read More

 

Reward Accuracy, Hustle

"403 Shooting" pushes players to make 40 shots in just 3 minutes while alternating sides of the floor to test their accuracy and determination. WHY USE IT This is a competitive drill where players are racing against the clock, and potentially a teammate to see who has the best shot…. Read More

 

Wall Off A 3-Pointer

The initial action pushes the ball left before setting up a low wall for a shooter to slip through en route to an open 3-pointer on the right wing. WHY USE IT Utilizing two screens to force defenders to go high or low when attempting to guard a potential shooter… Read More

 

Near-Side Screen Sets Up Rim Lob

Run fake action coming toward the sideline inbound to create space and set up a backdoor lob at the rim for a game-winning shot WHY USE IT Run fake action coming toward the sideline inbound to create space and set up a backdoor lob at the rim for a game-winning… Read More