As noted in the video, this 1 on 1 drill is great for improving your dribble moves and attacking the hoop. It’s another drill variation to improve your offensive attacking skills and defense.
You are rewarded for being efficient with your dribble, using fakes, and moving in straight lines.
Additionally, the defense improves their lateral speed and quickness.
Offense and defense starts on the baseline.
Offense’s goal is to reach the free throw line without turning or changing the directions.
The offense can not dribble outside the lane line.
The defense’s goal is to make the offense turn as many times as possible.
Turn is when a player changes direction, loses the ball, or steps outside the lane line.
Once the offense (player 1) reaches the free throw line, the defense (player 2) becomes the offensive player.
Each turn that the defender (player 2) initially forced determines how many dribbles they get on offense to score.
Older players can start at the 3-point line. Younger players can start at the free throw line.
You can keep score.