Shooting off the Dribble Drill 1. Straight Drive One-Dribble Jump Shot
This drill leads up to shooting jump shots off the dribble going to your strong-hand side and weak-hand side.
Playname : Shooting
Player 1 dribbles forward and then changes direction to dribble past the coach (or chair/bin) and shoots the ball.
Off the dribble: A shot taken while driving to the basket.
Offense: The team with possession of the ball.
Offensive rebound: Rebound by a player of the team in possession of the ball.
- A shot taken while driving to the basket.
One & One - A free-throw attempt awarded for certain violations that earns the shooter a 2nd attempt only if the first is successful; also called "One Plus One".
Shoot Off the Dribble
A shot taken while driving to the basket.
Shoot or after catching a spin pass to make it as game-like as possible.
Shooting Off the Dribble
General Mechanics. Body - in position to shoot the ball... Knees - flexed... Hands - pick up the ball with the shooting hand on the top and the non-shooting hand on the bottom of the ball...
50 Shots :
Simulate shooting off the break
Move on the move into the shot (especially crossover, stutter step, inside-out, inside-out crossover, and Earl the Pearl move.
Stationary Move - Use Rocker Step to put defender on heels.
Jump shot off the dribble drive.
Jump shot after receiving a pass on the fast break (three-point shooting).
Drills to Improve Basketball Shooting Mechanics
Basketball Shooting Drills ...
: Shooting the ball while advancing toward the basket.
Offensive Rebound: A rebound taken by an offensive player.
I use (4) lines as a warm-up drill and also use it as a way to teach players the pick and roll, shooting off the dribble while coming the pick - and just putting different priorities on the drill as I see fit.
Great post players can pass . By this I mean once they have put the ball on the floor during a post move, they have the skills to immediately pick up the ball, center it and pass it back out to an open perimeter player, ...
If players hope to evolve into thriving scorers in today's fast paced game, complete with aggressive, pressing defenses and speedy, athletic defenders, possessing a quick shot release off the dribble is imperative.
The key again is not to get beat .
DEFENDING BACKCUTS: "quick head"
When the offensive player cuts to the basket and we are in a one pass away denial stance, we will "quick head" instead of opening up to see the ball.
If your players are constantly getting beat off the dribble and are out of position defensively, they can't box-out effectively. This leads to open lanes for offensive players to run freely down the lane, grab rebounds, and lay in easy baskets.
To take the ball away from the opposing team, either or by picking off a pass.
The successful deflection of a shot by touching part of the ball on its way to the basket, thereby preventing a field goal.
Steal: To take the ball away from the opposing team, either off the dribble or by picking off a pass.
Switch: When teammates exchange defensive assignments during play.
Officiating the Opening Tip: A good shooter has to be able to get an accurate shot . Here is a breakdown of how to do that.
Officiating Free Throws: Learn the duties of all three officials during a trip to the free-throw line.
It also states that the more speed a point guard has, the more likely he will be able to create separation and space off the dribble, which allows the point guard room to work.
Drill works on strong pivoting, squaring up to basket and a quick release, along with pump fakes and shots .
Dribble Weave- A dribble action that takes the ball to a teammate and affords the option to pass as you cross with that player-an interchanging action off the dribble.
Do it over and over again to develop a quality fake and to be comfortable shooting quickly . Move to different areas of the court and practice.
All off the dribble from each spot. This drill will make a shooter out of you. Remember, always stay under the 3 point line! Ball slaps and squeeze ...
Posts play around the basket, and usually get the ball when they're already in a position to score. Wings are ball-handlers with a better outside shooting ability, usually, or at least have the skill to take their defender and get to ...
Being able to shoot off the dribble transformed the dribble from a defensive maneuver to get out of trouble into a potent offensive weapon. Double dribbling was also eliminated at this time.
See also: Dribble, Ball, Basket, Basketball, Shot