1 on 1 Post Moves Drill - Score More Points In The Paint And Improve Your Rebounding

Breakthrough Camps instructor Jim Huber goes through the drill below. Read more about NBA players that Jim has worked with below the video.

This drill improves your ability to score in the paint, your post moves, and your rebounding.

You also develop first step speed and your ability to change directions explosively.

This is a great drill for all age levels and every position including guards! Many guards struggle defensively in the paint and this is a great way to take advantage of it.

Since you have to make decisions during a game, it's vital to include some drills against defenders to practice this. Almost every offensive play involves a decision against a defender. So you need to work on this!

After you do some 1v0 footwork or post moves drill, this a great time to add it to a practice or workout.

Who Is Jim Huber?

Jim Huber has coached and trained NBA talents like Willie-Cauley-Stein, Willie Reed, and Semi Ojeleye.

And at Nike invite events, Jim also has worked with other NBA players like Jaylen Brown, Luke Kennard, Stanley Johnson, Kelly Oubre, Ivan Rabb, and more.

Jim was also a head coach for the West team that won the Nike Global Challenge.

And Jim Huber coached a team in the Nike EYBL. A league that features many future NBA players. His team made the Peach Jam and was #1 in the entire league in defense.

Jim is Director of Coach & Curriculum Development for Breakthrough Camps.

Related Resource: Elite Guard Camps - For post players and guards!

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Tonia Gear says:
1/23/2018 at 2:59:04 PM

I just want to say thanks to all that you have been doing to help other coaches. I have used quite a lot of your drills and my team has improved tremendously. Presently, we are undefeated with a 6-0 record. I coach the Lady Cougars of Speight Middle School in Wilson, Co. My coaching staff has really enjoyed using your drills. Thanks for all you do!!!

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Joe Haefner says:
1/23/2018 at 3:05:13 PM

Appreciate the appreciation, Tonia. Keep up the good work!


Tom Lazich says:
1/23/2018 at 8:39:18 PM

Would like to get some great box out drills noticing a lot of teams forgot to teach that one fundamental

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Joe Haefner says:
1/23/2018 at 9:03:23 PM

You can find some here:

Here are a couple more:



kaydee godson says:
2/19/2018 at 3:43:50 PM

cool... put n d wrk


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