Make 3 rows of players: row 1 at the basline about 6 feet right from the basket (looking from half court). Row 2 at half court about 3 feet left from the middle circle. And row 3 at halfcourt about 6 feet right from the middle circle.The players in row 3 have a ball (max. 2 balls in that row)
The first player of row 1 moves up to the top of the key and receives the ball from the first player in row three. The first player in row 2 cuts to the basket right of player 1, player 1 gives player 2 a pass. Player 2 makes the easy lay-up gets his own rebound and become a player in row 3. Player 3 becomes a player in row 1 and player 1 becomes a player in row 2.
The pass from player 1 to player 2 can also be a behind the back pass or a boundspass between the legs.
Player 3 can (after he has passed to player1) go to the corner and receives the ball back for the open shot. In that case player 2 gets the rebound and again Player 1 => Player 2 => Player 3 => Player 1.
If you practise this drill a lot you can also play it in
the games as a setup-offense.
Pass and Cut
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.