Full Court Lay-Up Drill Two players w/ basketballs are under the rim on each end. Four lines, two on each end free throw line extended. The first two minutes will be right hand lay-ups with a count kept. The second two minutes will be left hand lay-ups with a count kept. Goal is 75 made lay-ups in the four minutes w/ a penalty of your choice.
1. Technique Layups How the Drill Works: Players practice performing a layup off 1 step, 2 steps, using one dribble, and then practice full-speed layups from the three-point line. Purpose: Developing great layup technique for all players. It’s important that players learn the basic technique before they use them in practice and games at game pace.
Coach Tara VanDerveer demonstrates the Full Court Layups drill with her youth team. This drill highlights fundamental Layup skills. Working on full speed Lay...
Drill: The Team Blitz starts with a line of players along each sideline (team 1 and team 2). Three members of Team 1 start on the court at the top of the key area, middle player with the basketball. Two members of Team 2 start in the opposite lane from Team 1 and are ready to defend.
Here are several lay-up drills beginning with the old simple 2-line lay-up drill, a 3-line drill (a good pre-game warm-up drill), and several full-court dribble lay-up drills that also help with conditioning and speed-dribbling. Be sure to see the 2-minute drill (one of our favorites). For correct lay-up technique and footwork, see: Lay-ups - Finishing at the Hoop.
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This full court drill emphasizes passing, the speed dribble and lay-up against pressure, defensive hustle, and conditioning. Use three lines (diagram A). O1 throws the ball off the backboard, gets the rebound and outlets to either wing. Each player sprints up the floor, staying in his/her lane.
Winning Basketball Offense - Full Court Lay Ups Drill featuring Coach Morgan and Joe WoottenSportVideos.com and coaches Morgan Wootten and Joe Wootten presen...
Fast Break and Transition Drill #16 - Full Court Press Breaker Drill This full court drill is great for breaking pressure while working on skills such as ball handling, passing, and cutting. This drill overloads the court with defenders and makes the offensive players work twice as hard to break the pressure. Fast Break and Transition Drill #17 - Full Court Press Passing