Five basketballs are needed and ten or more people are needed for this drill to work. It involves passing the length of the court and then finishing in jump shots and lay-ups.
Players make a line under one basket with one ball. There is also a line at both sides of the foul line extended at the end that the line under the basket is. The second people in line at the foul line extended have a basketball. There is also a person either side of the foul line extended at the other end also with balls.
The first player under the basket has a ball, they pass to the first person in the line at the foul line extended. They get the ball back at about half way and then pass to the person running on the other side. They should then receive the ball back in time to lay the ball up without bouncing it. The two people who were running in support cross over and get the ball of the people at the other end and do a jump shot from about the foul line. The person who laid the ball up rebounds the ball and does the same thing with the other people and the same thing happens. The people who did the jump shot relocate to where they received the pass from. When the first round has been completed the drill starts again.
Should be performed as if in a game situation on a fast break.
Communication, Passing, Shooting
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.