10 In A Row Passing Drill - Kirby Schepp

This drill is similar to Mike MacKay's 10 In A Row Passing Drill. However this version gives you different variations, teaching points, and ways to run the drill. This fun passing drill works on passing, spacing and moving without the ball. As your players get better it will start to resemble running an offense.
Place cones on the court or use volleyball lines to create a boundary that is about a quarter of the court. Place 3 players on offense and 3 players on defense.
Frame 1
Offense can not dribble or move with the ball. Players without the ball can move and screen for one another. To win the game the offense must complete 10 successful passes. Defense becomes offense when they create a turnover or the offense goes out of bounds.
Frame 2
Drill Variations
  1. No screening allowed.
  2. Allow screens.
  3. Put dots (markers) on the floor. Players must now must catch every pass standing on or over a dot.
  4. You can only run in straight lines to a dot. 




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ditiro mcditto mothibedi says:
10/16/2015 at 3:24:21 AM

Great.it helps on ball handling.decision making and also footwork

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ditiro mcditto mothibedi says:
10/16/2015 at 3:24:19 AM

Great.it helps on ball handling.decision making and also footwork

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