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Basketball Shooting Drills - Shooting off the screen

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The drill is used for teaching shooting from coming off a screen, rolling after the screen and put-backs after a miss.


One player is a passer, located at the top of the key. The second player starts at the opposite elbow and cuts off a screen on the block. Player one passes to player two. Player three after setting the screen rolls to the basket for the rebound or pass-out after a make. Player two will return to the elbow after his shot is taken.

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Player coming off the screen should be shoulder to shoulder. After catching the ball square up for the shot.

Roller should open up to the ball and get to the opposite side of the rim.


Variations can be made by repositioning the players on the floor.


Coming off the screen, catching and shooting, and screening


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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