u16 Basketball drills for all skills Choose Technique All techniques 1,5 meter Attack blocking catching Condition defense Dribbling passing rebounding shooting strength system warming-up
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U/14 U16 U18 U20 10-13yrs 14-15yrs 16-17yrs 18 & up BODY MOVEMENT FUNDAMENTALS 1. Triple threat position (every possession) P/M M M M 2. Running (controlled) P M M M 3. Changing direction P M M M 4. Jump stop M M M M 5. Stride stop-general M M M M 6. Stride stop leading to shot E P M M 7. Jumping (from triple threat
So your practice plan format might look something like this: Warm up (in the hallway before practice) 45 minutes of basketball skill drills. 15 minutes of defense & rebounding drills. 15 minutes of team offense drills. 15 minutes reviewing special situations (inbounds plays and press break) 30 minute scrimmage.
Congrats to our U16 Boys Basketball team for making it to the playoffs of the ISSFHK league. Good luck for your match against Harrow tomorrow!
Below are 30 dribbling drills for basketball coaches to use during practice. The drills require anywhere from 1 to 5 players. If you're a player working out on your own, you should also check out our individual player drills section. Each drill below has unique purpose and emphasis -- but with all dribbling drills you want to emphasize:
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5 Basketball Passing Drills 1. 32 Advance How the Drill Works: Players form 3 lines spread out evenly along the baseline. The two outside lines start with a basketball. 3 players progress up the court passing the basketball’s back and forth to the middle player and then finishing the drill with two layups. Purpose:
Shooting drill bucket. 2 rows under the basket. One with ball. Get ball from passer just outside bucket. Shooter rebounds own shot. Change rows. Pass-shot-rebound in quick order. If we run two line lay-ups. Always with an outlet. Tempo! Or 3 rows. 1 (3) low. 1 with ball left or right side wing. Pass row 2 to 1. Row 3 (under basket? rebound. Rebounder (3) to 1.
This requires players to be able to play great on-ball defense and for help defense to be in the correct position and ready to rotate and help when needed. Use the following 5 basketball defense drills to: Improve closeout defense (drills 1 and 2). Improve on-ball defense (drills 1 and 5). Improve defensive technique (drills 3 and 4).