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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2011, 15:31 

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I usually practice in a 17 by 17 foot area because I don't know of any full-length or half court basketball courts near me. Can I do any drills in a space like this?


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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2011, 15:43 
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Ball Handling - quickness drills.... is there a basket? If that is the case, you can work on your form, short shots and footwork.

You can also work on your dribbling ... hesistation, crossover, between your legs and behind your back..... both hands


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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2011, 15:53 

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Are there any specific drills I can do?


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PostPosted: 17 Aug 2011, 15:56 
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Look at the basketball drills section here... and you can do a search on line and find a lot of stuff that can help you.


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PostPosted: 18 Aug 2011, 07:17 
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Here is another site that might be able to help you -

http://www.coachesclipboard.net/BasketballDrills.html


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PostPosted: 18 Aug 2011, 07:20 
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You can practice footwork drills and stationary two ball dribbling drills. I usually tell my players to practice their footwork for 5-10 minutes everyday in their living room.

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PostPosted: 01 Sep 2011, 20:44 

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Thank you, I found some really great drills.

Can I get some help on organizing these and making an effective plan?
Since I started school, I really don't have more than 60 to 90 minutes per day to work on my basketball. Can I get help?


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PostPosted: 02 Sep 2011, 17:30 
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Why don't you list the drills you would like to utilize and we will try to help you organize the practice...... one thing we did was to run some hard drills and then do some shooting.... so keep that in mind as you list them.

You really need a well organized plan, but you have to think about the level of your players.... and what they need.


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PostPosted: 03 Sep 2011, 11:44 

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I'm a player, not a coach. Is it better to make a plan or just work on improving?


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PostPosted: 03 Sep 2011, 11:54 
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What level do you play at? Yes, it is better to have a plan... with some goals.... Why don't you give us an honest evaluation of your skills... ( I know that is tough to do, no one wants to say I am not good at something ) Dribbling, passing, shooting - quickness etc.


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