Like anything else in basketball, it's wise to practice various late game situations. Coach Sartini's teams practiced various situations on a regular basis. This is not only valuable for your team, but players like these fun, competitive game-like drills - Coach Gels. Situation Tournament
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Once the clock starts, you coach to win the game. Adjust your defense and offense to do exactly what you would do in a game. Call time outs, strategically foul, make substitutions based on roles, put on or take off pressures. You can "reset" your situation (1 timeout left, both teams in the bonus, postmen have 4 fouls, etc.).
Game Situation Trapping and Passing Drills. By Brian Williams on June 21, 2018. This video is with PGC Basketball Directors TJ Rosene, Micah Hayes, and Graham Maxwell. Tj (Head Men’s Basketball Coach) Micah, and Graham (Assistant Men’s Basketball Coaches) coach at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia. In addition to a drill to work ...
The defense faces game-like situations, while the offense utilizes offensive fundamentals to score. Instructions. Practice this drill with 4 on 4 or 5 on 5. You provide a situation for the offense: For example, offense can only set back screens. This does two things: - Teaches the defense how to defend back screens.
This is a great basketball drill for players to practice shooting with perfect form and also a for coaches to teach and correct shooting form. Setup: Players form three lines a couple of feet out from the basket. Use both ends of the court if possible so that kids get to take more shots. Every players has a basketball. How it Works:
A Games Approach to Teaching Basketball Skills. As I have mentioned, I’m a huge fan of game-based learning drills. They’re fun and better simulate what actually happens in a game… The traditional drills (ex: dribbling around cones) have their place in your practices.
The drill is set up with 4 offensive players on the outside and 4 defenders on the inside. Coach is up top with the ball. Coach starts the drill with a pass to the elbow. The offensive player on the weak side block will set a back screen for their teammate on the weak side elbow.
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