These are great drills that I will plan to incorporate this fall. I coach 4th-6th graders and we typically have several new players with little to no experience and this will not only help them but it will also begin to sharpen up the skills of my more skilled players.
I really like these ... I coach 4th and 5th grade girls and am always looking for "simple" drills that can be taught/explained quickly. I think the chest/bounce drill could be done with the players moving (shuffling down the court 10-15 feet apart), as a warmup drill, too. Thanks for the ideas!
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I''''''''m not sure about this...I like to teach young players to use both hands because they cannot bring back a one handed pass in a game situation. However, I do see this working well with advanced players.
Ball control!! As a young player I was taught that proper dribbling and passing started with ball control. In other words, the better you control the ball at dribbling, passing, shooting, etc., the better you can have the freedom to do what you want on the court. I teach the same to younger players and my son and daughter. Ball control...ball control...ball control!!!