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Basketball Combination Drills - Real Madrid

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Description:

The drill is named from the Spanish team Real Madrid - one of Europe's finest teams in the 70's and 80's. It is a great drill after the first warm-up.

Instructions:

Place two players at both sidelines in line with each free throw line - that makes eight in all. And one under each basket with a ball.

This is how the circle runs:

The player with the ball passes to the player at the sideline (to the left or right depending on which way want to go round) - runs towards the basket in the other end receiving the ball again before the middle. He quickly passes to the first in line by the next free throw line, receives it and makes a lay-up.

After finishing the lay-up, He turns around and moves on in the same direction and lines up at the sideline. When he has received and made the pass he runs to the next position - sideline at the other free throw line. After this pass he runs for the rebound and begins all over again.

Number of Players:

10-

Tips:

Almost every move in this drill resembles a recognizable game-situation. This makes the drill easier to learn than you might think and gives the players a great feeling of teamwork, when it's up and running.

You must be able to make good passes and lay-ups to make this drill effective.

You can emphasize on all different aspects in the drill:

Quickness and precision in passing.

Transition: Good rebound, catching the ball high, and a quick pass to the sideline.

Lay-up $variations = If you have more than 10 players put them in the lines on the sideline. You could add more balls.

This drill can be used to go both right and left around the court.

The player that makes the pass to the lay-up can move in as a defense player to put a stress on the lay-up.

Variations:

If you have more than 10 players put them in the lines on the sideline. You could add more balls.

This drill can be used to go both right and left around the court.

The player that makes the pass to the lay-up can move in as a defense player to put a stress on the lay-up.

Skills:

Passing Lay-up Fast Break Transition Rebound Condition

Copyright:

This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.

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