Kevin Sutton presents drill ideas to get your players to handle the ball, shoot the ball and dribble the ball with either hand.
Using two balls, Coach Sutton breaks the drills into four areas: Using ball or flare screens, rejecting ball screens, Pinch Post Offense and the Drag Ball Screen Series.
Using and rejecting ball screens challenges players to think and control the ball at the same time. By using these drills in practice, you will train your players to effectively run defenders off a screen, step into their shot and communicate with their teammates. Your ability to communicate will make your team more successful.
The Pinch Post Offense simulates a pass to the elbow. These shooting drills feature a power slide technique to create space for a pass or shot, as well as receiving a handoff from the post player.
The Drag Ball Screen Series incorporates post players in transition mode to develop timing between the guard and the post player in a fastbreak situation. Pick and roll, slip moves and pick and pop techniques are included in this series.
All of the drills included are challenging to players and mirror game-like situations. These are the same drills that Sutton has used in developing six professional players and over 90 college players.
60 minutes. 2010.
Another GREAT VIDEO...PERIOD!
Good drills for that team that has quick guards who utilize pick & roll game...definitely makes you think about each player getting more shots. You might be able to steal a few subtle things to get more shots up, and his "Billups Power Dribble" can be a useful thing for certain players, but I found this video better than okay but not unbelievable.
This is a great video. I recommend it because it emphasizes multiple skills in each drill. Definitely useful for time management.
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