The best setup for this drill is a split court where you have the main basketball goal on your playing floor and 2 side goals on each end of this half court.
The drill begins with a single line of players facing the main goal each having a ball. Begin the drill with the first player tossing the ball of the backboard, rebound the ball with arms extended, emphasis is on keeping the ball above the head and making a good overhead outlet pass to the coach on this goals ballside baseline. The player follows their own outlet pass and receives a good bounce pass from the coach for a lay-up without dribbling.
Next, this player rebounds their own lay-up, speed dribbles down the opposite side of the court. At about the half way point she passes ahead to the next coach, who returns this pass for another lay-up or jump shot.
This player continues to the end of the rebounding line and continues the drill for a specified number of times. The drill may be run using the time clock with a specified number of made shots being required in order to avoid sprints.
Note: The second player begins their turn as soon as the coach receiving the first pass is making the return pass to the first player.
The drill is run for both the right and left sides of the court with the coaches and players switching sides of the main goal in the middle.
Minimum of 3, or 2 coaches and 1 player, maximum 12 players
EMPHASIS SHOULD BE ON PROPER TECHNIQUE IN REBOUNDING - GOING UP SMALL CAOMING DOWN BIG. SPEED AND ACCURACY OF PASSES AS WELL AS RUNNING THE FLOOR.
USE THE CLOCK AND REQUIRE A NUMBER OF MADE SHOTS IN A SPECIFIED TIME.
WORK YOUR POST PLAYERS AS THE OUTLET RECEIVERS PASSER MAKE A PASS IN TO THE CENTER COURT AND THE POST SQUARING TO THE BASKET AND MAKING THE RETURN PASS OR TAKING A SHOT. YOU MAY ALSO USE DIFFERENT STYLES OF SHOTS ETC... ROCKER OR PULL BACK JUMPER, SHOT FAKE AN DRIVE, CROSSOVER TO OUTSIDE AND INSIDE.
Outlet pass off the rebound, give and go lay-up, rebounding, speed dribble, passing lay-ups, jump sh
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.