All basketball coaches need a good variety of layup drills to pick from. You need layup drills for mastering technique, individual drills to do at home, 1-on-1 drills, 2-on-1 drills, advantage / disadvantage drills, full team layup drills, and more. These all work on different situations players will find themselves in during games.
Here are a few good interleaving and random layup drills: Cone Grab Finishing Drill. 3 Cone - Groove Finishing Drill. The Arc Finishing Drill. Figure 8 Hook Shots. Wichita State Attack Series. Finishing Moves Off the Pass. Drop Step Dribble - Ballhandling & Finishing. Kyrie Irving Mikan Drill With 12 Variations. 11 Competitive Layup / Finishing Drills
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3-Line Layup Drill. This drill helps improve players' passing, cutting, receiving and ability to make lay-ups. You can use it as a pre-game warm-up drill. Drill: A few players line up at the top of the key, one player in the right corner, and the rest of the players line up at half-court near the right sideline.
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Layups are worth 2, misses and turnovers are -1, and a bad rotation is -4. Rotations. 5. Every 30 seconds, we rotate the passers. 6. Designate passing spots as 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, with the 4th passer joining the layup lines and the rest of the players sliding up one spot, and a new player coming into the 1st spot. 7.
Player on right dribbles in to the basket. Player executes a two-footed quick stop, goes up strong with both hands and shoots the layup off the glass. Player on left now goes and does the same thing. Action alternates from side to side.
To start the drill, 1 passes it to 2 while 3 passes it to 4. 1 and 3 will sprint to the right corner. 2 and 4 will dribble the ball all the way to the basket for a layup. As soon as the layups are made, 2 will pass it to 1 while 4 passes it to 3.