Man Shooting Drills
Here are several partner shooting drills. Have each player get a partner and use all of your baskets. Make sure players receive the pass in triple threat position, and use correct shooting form (See Set Shot shooting form).
Drill #1, Catch and Shoot.
#2, Ball Fake and Shoot Jumper.
#3, Fake and Drive for the Lay-up.
#4, Anything Goes!
Drill #5, Elbow Shooting.
The elbow shooting drill can be modified. You can have the shooter catch the ball, make a shot fake, cross-over dribble to the middle of the paint (between the free throw line and the circle hash marks) for the short jumper. This is especially useful for your post players, helping them to acquire that "soft touch" on the short, point blank jumper.
This drill will help shooting, spotting up, and will emphasize that shooters should follow their shots. In addition, this drill also helps passing skills.
For post players: Use the same drill as above except the post players should be taking their shots inside, in the paint, around the hoop, and can actually work on their post-up moves. After rebounding, the player can dribble the ball out and pass down into the post to his partner.
Make sure the shooters are squared up, using good technique, elbow in, follow through, no drifting sideways, no dribbling. Shooters should receive the ball in "triple threat" position. Make sure the passes are sharp and accurate. Players should sprint after the ball and to their shooting spots... no loafing! Do this for several minutes, blow the whistle, and have the pairs rotate baskets.
a variation, do the same drill but instead of spot stationary shooting, have the
shooter fake the shot, dribble adjust, and then take the jumper.
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