Here is a drill to get your practices started. Start with two lines under the basket, and the first player in each line steps out. 1 starts at the right block and 2 starts at the second hash mark on the left side of the lane. Both players face out to half court.
Here is a listing of our most popular drills that can easily be installed in your practices. 1. ‘Guard the Yard’ closeout drill. This defensive drill teaches your players to effectively and fundamentally close out on potential shooters. It’s also great for conditioning. 2. The ‘Pride Drill.’
Defense is essential to playing basketball well. Learn basketball skills and strategies in this video basketball lesson which will show you how to guard your yard. Take Action:
This is one of the key basketball drills for guards to improve both offensive and defensive development. The player with the ball works on creating a good shot with limited dribbling, and the defender practices staying between their opponent and the basket and contesting the shot without fouling. You Will Need: One basket. One basketball. Two players.
GUARD YOUR YARD. This gives our players the confidence to apply ball pressure and the individual accountability that we are only asking them to be really effective in containing the dribble three feet in either direction. With the other 4 players properly positioned, the ability to GUARD YOUR YARD is a non-negotiable skill in our attack.
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The drill is set up by splitting your group into two teams and lining each half up along opposite sidelines. For example, let’s say there are 12 players total and 6 players on each team. You will give the each individual player on each team a number from 1 – 6. The drill requires one basketball and it always starts with the coach. How it Works:
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