To begin with, you need a player in all four corners of the court with a basketball. You also need a player at the end of the court, underneath the basket, with a basketball. Along with this player, there needs to be two players out in the corners who will be passers with the middle player, and then eventually shooters at the other end of the floor.
The player at the end of the court underneath the basket starts with a pass to either side. These two players then advance up the court with the middle-man. The player in the middle only makes two passes. He then ends with a lay-up at the opposite end of the court. After the second pass has been made back to the middle-man, they then cross, coming toward the players standing in the corner with the basketball. They call out the passers name and receive the pass for a jump shot. Coaches, you can choose what type of shot or pass you would like to have made. The passers then become the players who will make the return trip down the floor with the middle-man, who gets his own rebound. The same procedure is taken with the return trip. However, there should be a man waiting in the middle to start the next trip down the floor.
Hard cuts to the passers
Vary passes made (i.e. ball fake and a bounce pass)
Vary shots taken (i.e. shot fake, one dribble right or left for a jump shot while the opposite side uses a shot fake and drives it to the basket.
Stay wide as you run the floor
Can give players a time limit and a certain amount of points to make.
Players running sidelines do not have to cross with middle player.
Passing, shooting, and communication
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.