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Get open Drill. This is a great drill to work on screening, using screens, passing and catching! Ball handler will start with the ball at the top of the key and will be pressured by an on-ball defender, while another offensive player will start under the rim with a defender in full denial.
by Basketball Coach Weekly in Shooting drills. You can have the best shooters in the world but if they can’t get open, they’re useless – push shooters to come off screens hard and in position with this drill. WHY USE IT. It’s going to take well positioned and –timed screens in games to free your shooters. Don’t take this skill for granted – work on it in practice.
Get your players thinking about their off the ball movement, losing their markers and calling for the pass with this 7 drills and games session! Move to make Space - Using the V-Cut Mix it up and change the way your players move to receive the ball - using sharp movement to cut through defences!
1 - Depends if you want your players shooting floaters. It's a shot that takes time to develop. If not, then sure... emphasize getting to the rim instead. 2 - Reading the defender... This offers a different viewpoint. My teaching aligns with Don Kelbick's Attack & Counter System. If you're open, shoot it. If you're not, drive.
How To Get Open Every Time Step 1 - Go to the basket.. The defender has to get closer to you. If they don't, you get a lay up. Step 2 - Step through.. You step towards the basket with your top foot, then you step through with your bottom foot. Step 3 - Inside hip, inside shoulder.. You get your ...
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posted 2012 Oct by Youth Sports Plans. V-CUT. The V- Cut is a technique that is used to get open in basketball. Youth basketball players are often challenged with getting space from the defender to receive a pass. The V-Cut is designed to make a quick move away from your position and quickly move back to the area to receive the ball.
The arm over/step over offensive rebound move can be used to get open, when a defender is fronting or playing a very high 3/4 denial. By extending an arm over the defender's and bring it down, it allows the receiver to step around the defender and receive the ball.
Just pivoting and using fakes to open up passing space and get the ball past the defender. Purpose: Fun passing drill while also working on defense. This drill will teach players how to utilise fakes and pivots to create area to pass as well as protecting the basketball. Setup: Groups of 3 players. Each group has one basketball.