You first start out with 4 players and then make your way up to 8. All your basically going to be doing is teaching your kids how to pass and then being able to cut to get open
Start off with 4 players. Spread them all out around the 3-point line. Have each of them at least 5-8ft apart. Now you only need 1 basketball. So, have one of the top players start off with the ball and have that person pass it to the closest wing person. Now since the wing person has the ball, have the person who passed it, take two steps away from the ball and cut hard back to the ball going to the basket. Once they finish their cut, make sure they go to opposite side corner. Now right after the first person cut, have the second person on top take 2 steps away from the ball and cut back to the ball cutting to the basket. Then that person will go opposite corner of the 1st person. After both 1 and 2 have finished their cuts, have the player on the wing dribble up near the top and pass it to the 4th player who was on the other wing. Next, have the 4th person pass it to the 1st person who went into that corner and repeat the whole process of cutting and going to the opposite corner.
Make sure that when they pass and cut, that the players are having their hands out ready for the ball. Tell the kids that there must be 10 passes before you can pass to a cutter for a screen. Make sure they are in triple-threat every time they catch a pass.
Once they get good at this, add 4 defenders and continue to cut and execute.
It's a great drill to teach kids the fundamentals of passing, catching, and cutting.
Make sure you set limits on how many passes before a score.
Cutting with a purpose, passing and catching
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.