This is 1 of the 12 shooting drills that we gave to anybody who purchased our Breakthrough Basketball Shooting Guide as an unadvertised bonus.
Don Kelbick was kind enough to supply us with these videos.
This is a great drill to work on shooting from the wing and the corner. You can practice flare cuts and cutting off of down screens.
- You need 1 passer, 1 shooter, and 1 rebounder.
Passer stands at the top of the key or the opposite wing.
Shooter starts at either the wing or the corner.
Rebounder is standing near the basket.
Pass and rebounder both start with a ball.
- When the shooter cuts toward either chair, the passer throws the ball to the shooter.
As the player shoots, the rebounder throws the next ball to the passer and rebounds the current shot.
- The shooter cuts back and forth between the chairs.
On the cut from the wing to the corner, the shooter could pretend that he is executing a flare cut.
Youth coaches can move the chairs closer to the hoop.
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