This drill helps players shoot from all areas of the floor. It can be done as a group, but it is also a very good way for a player to practice by himself/herself. The stations used in this drill are:
the baseline opposite your shooting hand
halfway between the baseline and a line dividing the lane in half, opposite your shooting hand
straight out from the basket
halfway between the baseline and a line dividing the lane in half, near your shooting hand
the baseline near your shooting hand
the same as station #5
the same as station #4
the same as station #3
the same as station #2
the same as station #1
Stand 1-2 feet away from the basket at the first station.
Take ten jump shots.
If you make eight or more shots, move to the next station. If you don't make 8 or more shots, repeat step 2 until you make at least eight shots.
Repeat steps 2 and 3 from each station.
When you reach the first station again, step back about 3 feet and repeat the drill.
When you are done shooting from behind the three-point line, begin working your way in towards the basket again.
Any number, but can also be used as a solo practice
This drill helps players shoot from places that they normally would not shoot from in a game. The variations on this drill help a player's entire offensive game aside from rebounding.
You can also try passing the ball to the shooter from the center circle and having him/her shoot the ball as quickly as possible. This works on shooting time. Having your point guard pass the ball in will also develop his/her passing skills.
Another good variation is to pass the ball to the shooter at the station and have him/her drive in for a layup. You can use a defender if you want, but it is not required.
Shooting jump shots
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.