4 Spot Fastbreak Shooting Drill

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Drill Purpose:

This drill is great to work on shooting off the fast break. You can do it by yourself or with a partner. We also show you how to work ball handling into this drill, so you can manage your time better.

Instructions

  1. Start at half court with a ball.

  2. Spin the ball towards the 3-point line area. Spin the ball high enough to get there in one bounce.

  3. Run under the ball and step-into a jump shot.

  4. Get your own rebound. If you miss, score a lay up.

  5. When dribbling the ball back to half-court, perform a dribble move at the 3-point line. That way, you can work on ball-handling at the same time.
  1. Once, you get back to half court, do the same thing again.

  2. If working with a partner, you can have the partner position himself a little above the 3-point line and make passes to you as you start running from half-court.

  3. Pick 4 spots on the floor and take a few shots from each spot.

** If you would like more shooting drills and shooting workouts, check out our Attack & Counter Workout App developed by NBA skills trainer Don Kelbick.






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Coach Mike says:
10/29/2018 at 11:04:59 AM

Hi,

I am coaching middle school basketball with kids who have a limited skill set.

Our biggest issue is creating/taking/making shots against the many zone defenses we see.

Are there a few easy drills we can work on so that we aren't stagnant when we are up against these zones?

Thanks!

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Allen says:
9/27/2016 at 6:55:39 AM

Amazing

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John E. says:
12/21/2012 at 5:58:55 PM

As a player I love these drills and just wanted to thank you for doing this. It has helped me greatly and I''''m sure it helped others too.

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Ken says:
7/27/2012 at 7:17:28 PM

Harold...

This drill teaches the players to be able to spot up for a 3 off the break.

You can always add something to this to suit your needs. I used one simple one and just added different things to promote good ball handling and passing skills along with the shooting. JMO

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Harold says:
7/27/2012 at 2:18:49 PM

Huh? This is awesome? How is this a fast break drill? Weak.

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R TARUN says:
6/16/2012 at 12:05:05 AM

awesome drills dude

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Rob says:
5/31/2012 at 1:01:18 AM

awsome drill all your drills I''m geting are so helpfull I''m new at the coatching seen so with out your drills I would have been lost thanks alot

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hustle kid says:
2/15/2012 at 8:32:54 AM

I like this drill because it improved my 3-points scoring abilities,so keep up the good work.heads up.

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Falcon says:
11/27/2011 at 11:29:55 PM

this is great!!

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dr.wisam says:
10/8/2011 at 7:52:40 AM

good exercise

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