Youth Basketball Camp – Practice Plan for _____ 1) Role Call: Run 2 Laps, Stretching exercises. 2) Ball Handling: Basic Drills Dribble around Cones Full Court Dribbling (right, then left hand) Basic 2-Ball Dribbling drills . 3) Passing Drills: Basic Bounce / Chest pass drills (pair up the players)
In this drill, all the players line up at one end of the court. On the coach’s, command, all players proceed to run: 1) as far as the nearest foul line and back, 2) to ½ court and back, 3) to the furthest foul line and back, and 4) to the opposite end of the court and back. This drill is sure to help build a player’s conditioning and endurance.
Need to get open. Basket cut – 5 on 0 pass and cut. Screen away – shooting drill. Screen away – 5 on 0 pass and screen. Reading defense when one pass away – fill and read defense (back cut or pop) Reading defense when ball is dribbled at you – back cut or pop out/behind.
So your practice plan format might look something like this: Warm up (in the hallway before practice) 45 minutes of basketball skill drills. 15 minutes of defense & rebounding drills. 15 minutes of team offense drills. 15 minutes reviewing special situations (inbounds plays and press break) 30 minute scrimmage.
This is a great basketball drill for players to practice shooting with perfect form and also a for coaches to teach and correct shooting form. Setup: Players form three lines a couple of feet out from the basket. Use both ends of the court if possible so that kids get to take more shots. Every players has a basketball. How it Works:
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8 Minutes - Running your offense with no defense. 8 Minutes - Running your offense against live defenders. If you have a more advanced team that is in the 7th or 8th grade, you could spend up to 70% to 90% of your practice drills against live defenders.
These are Fabian’s comments on the drill: This is a good drill to challenge young players to work on passing form and dribbling with speed. Players form a circle. Vary the size of the circle to challenge the players. Player 1 and 3 have basketballs. When coach blows whistle, 3 begins to dribble around circle. Player 1 with ball passes to 2.