Reverse lay Up & Hand-off Dribbling Drill

basketball dribbling drill
  • Put 1 minute on clock an each type of finishing. Start on the right corner and after rebound you should relocate to another corner.
  • The reverse lay up uses the rim to shield the defense away from being able to block the shot, and are done by finishing on the opposite side of the hoop from where you jump.
  • Teach points: Beginning in the triple threat position. Reverse lay ups are good for finishing in traffic or for throwing off a good shot blocker.
    You should doing as closely to game-speed as you can. Try to score as more as you can.
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    Characteristic boost
    Dribbling: +1
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Basketball drills are great for developing basketball IQ and muscle memory, and the reverse lay up is a great basketball drill to practice your finishing ability. Start by practicing dribbling from the triple threat position. Once you reach the desired spot put 1 minute on the clock, and from there try to score as much as you can while still finishing on the reverse side of the hoop where you jumped. This type of basketball drill helps develop your basketball IQ since it involves shielding away from defenders and should be done with game-speed in mind. Reverse lay ups are good to perfect when trying to finish in traffic or against a formidable shot blocker.
— Coach Dan