101 Youth Basketball Drills by Mick Donovan

By Mick Donovan

Designed particularly for kids, this guide incorporates a wide variety of innovative perform drills to assist them boost their basketball abilities. enjoyable, academic and not easy, all of the drills are illustrated with pictures or line drawings and canopy the basic talents, together with: warming up ball dealing with passing dribbling taking pictures and rebounding workforce strategies and online game ideas. in addition to easy-to-follow directions, each one drill comprises info at the gear wanted, the distance required, tips to build a secure and potent exercise session and the way to organise the avid gamers.

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Once the dribbling player has released the ball to the player waiting at the front of the opposite line, they proceed to the back of the opposite line and facing outwards, they use the defensive ‘step, slide’ motion to join the back of the line to their right. Consequently, A will finish at D, B will finish at A, C will finish at B and D will finish at C. Coaching points: The players should keep their head up and be aware of the movements of other players when dribbling. The players adopting ‘step, slide’ movement should keep their knees bent and maintain correct posture when moving to the different lines.

Equipment: Six players and two balls. Description: The players form a circle, arm’s length apart and two of the players hold a ball. Players can then pass the ball to any other player. The main focus for the receiver is to watch the other members of the group and their actions. The main focus for the passer is to observe where other passes are going. Coaching points: All players who receive the ball should look to pass quickly and safely and then have their hands in position, ready to receive the ball.

Dribbling 37 drill 29 stationary dribble Objective: To introduce players to basic dribbling techniques. Equipment: One player and one ball. Description: The players begin in a stationary position and dribble the ball with the right hand; the left foot should be forward and knees bent. On the coach’s command, the players will change dribbling hands and body position. Coaching points: The players should keep their head up, relax the body and keep their knees bent. The players should bounce the ball no higher than their waist and no lower than knee height.

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