Basketball Team Shooting Drills For Coaches & Players


Written by Coach Peterman

I have coached at the NCAA Division 2 (Southwestern Oklahoma State University), NAIA (USAO), and JUCO Levels (Blinn College and Carl Albert State College) as well as high school. I just felt that fellow coaches especially young coaches need to constantly work on their “game”. Just like the basketball players that we coach. We as coaches need to improve ourselves. That is my story and why I do this blog.

April 25, 2020

  1. Must Maintain A Steady Or Fluid Rhythm

When talking about a fluid rhythm, it means that there will be no movements that are silly or movements where there are many stops. It should be seen that there is a constant movement from the beginning to the end of the shot.

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  1. Practice Before Each Game

Experts recommended that before each game you practice and make at least 50 shots, this will lead you to have more confidence and improve your shot.

  1. Don’t Bounce The Ball

It is important that when you have the ball, remember to shoot and shoot, many times the players before the shot bounces the ball once or twice. For some experts, this is an unnecessary move when you are a beginner or want to perfect your shot.

With these seven tips, you can improve your shot and improve your previous movement to do to get to the shot.


Importance Of Fast Break

In basketball, scoring is very important; for many expert players, it is difficult to score from the half-court when they play with a solid defensive team.

To avoid long scoring droughts, experts recommend that you, as a coach, insist on fast-rest basketball.

The quick jump means pushing the ball across the floor to gain a scoring advantage before the defense can be set up. Fast Break is important because it never allows the defense to rest.

Also, playing fast allows you to have more possessions and means more opportunities to use your complete equipment.

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