High School 3-Pointers (5 from 5) & Shooting Drill

The player takes 5 shots from top of the key, five shots from each of the left break and right break area of the court, and five shots from each of the left and right corner area of the court. Count of the successful shots out of the total 25 shots, reported as a percentage.
  • Take 5 shots from each spot (corner, wing, top, wing, and corner)— a total of 25 shots.
  • Count your makes.
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  • 1
    Characteristic boost
    Three-pointers: +1
  • 2
    +15 coins
A basketball drill every player should practice regularly is the High School 3-pointers drill. It involves taking 5 shots from each of the 5 designated basketball spots - corner, wing, top, wing, and corner - for a total of 25 shots. Depending on your basketball goals or overall shooting level this could be a helpful drill. You can gauge how well you shoot from other spots than the ones you are most comfortable with by counting your makes after taking 5 shots from each spot. Working on accuracy and consistency is crucial in basketball, so make sure you frequently score yourself using this particular basketball drill.
— Coach Dan