Combine skills and practice technique for rebounding, dribbling, passing and jump shot
- Players form two lines, one at free throw line and one on right wing beyond three-point line
- First few players at free throw line have balls
- A coach throws ball off backboard to simulate a missed shot and first player from group at free throw line grabs rebound
- Player 1 throws outlet pass to Player 2 on wing, who dribbles towards opposite basket down middle of court
- Player 1 cuts behind Player 2 and runs up court on sideline
- Player 2 gives Bounce Pass to Player 1, who attempts a jump shot
- Repeat drill on left side of court, with outlet/dribbling line moving from right wing to left wing
- Run drill continuously for allotted drill run time, switching sides halfway through
- Players need to attack the ball and rip it down while rebounding
- Always turn and outlet ball towards sideline to avoid defense
- Players need to dribble with their inside hand towards half court (right hand when getting outlet on the left side and left hand when receiving outlet on right side)
- Passers must pass in front (not behind) their partner to properly lead shooter into their lay-up
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