Players start at the wing and post positions on each side of the key while the other players line up in two groups at the top of the key. The first player in each line has a ball.
The first player in each line passes to the wing player, using a chest pass.
The wing player on each side passes to the post player, using a bounce or lob pass.
The post player on each side pivots and throws an outlet pass to the first player in the opposite line.
The first player in the line moves to the wing, the wing moves to the post, and the post moves to the end of the opposite line (everyone follows their own pass).
When passing to the wing, players should try to pass to the outside of the imaginary defender.
When passing to the post, players should try to get their hands past the imaginary defender.
Players can promote good communication skills by calling out each receiver's name during the drill.
This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.