High Pick Up lay Up & Hand-off Dribbling Drill

basketball dribbling drill
  • Put 1 minute on clock an each type of finishing.
    Start on the right wing and after rebound you should relocate to another wing. After rebound you should make autopass, takes front pivot and next attack.
  • To attack against the guard use high pick up the ball after last dribble.
  • Teach points: Beginning in the triple threat position. You need the baseline drive. You should doing as closely to game-speed as you can. Try to score as more as you can.
Rewards
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  • 1
    Characteristic boost
    Dribbling: +1
    Finishing: +1
  • 2
    Coins
    +5 coins
Basketball drills can be a great way to practice your game and increase your basketball skills. Starting on the right wing, if you score or are rebounded make sure to relocate to the other wing. When rebounding you should make an autopass and then take a front pivot while working your basketball drill. To attack against the guard, use a high pick up lay up after doing your last dribble. It is important to begin in the triple threat position, so you can maximize your movements while also making sure that you are doing them as closely to game-speed as possible. By utilizing this basketball drill, you can work on various aspects of your play and hopefully improve upon them as much as possible.
— Coach Dan