Do you want to coach a team competing for championships every season?
Then your team must be able to rebound at a championship-level.
On the defensive end of the court, allowing your opponent to secure offensive rebounds will hurt your team’s confidence, ruin momentum, and will lead to easy baskets for the opposing team.
On the offensive end of the court, being able to secure offensive rebounds will lead to extra points (potentially a lot of them), increase confidence, and improve your team’s energy and hustle.Continue reading
How the Drill Works Without the ball touching the ground, three players will sprint the length of the court four times completing a series of passes looking to complete four consecutive layups. Purpose The Celtic Drill will work on the accuracy of long transition passes, running the floor, court awareness, and will also build your […]Continue reading
How the Drill Works This drill is a race against time. Players will attempt to complete four up-and-backs of the court while performing certain challenges which are described in the instructions. Purpose This drill is used to work on ball-handling skills and is also a fantastic conditioning drill. It was designed to be completed in […]Continue reading
Remember all the times one of your big men got switched onto a guard and they isolated on the perimeter? The guard probably got into the lane for an easy score right? This was probably because your big man was lost and had no idea what to do. When bigs get switched onto guards, barely any […]Continue reading
Close games are often decided by which teams can make the most free-throws down the stretch. To put it simply, free-throws are the most important shot in basketball. Every basketball coach knows that. But even with this knowledge, most coaches still don’t spend enough time with their team practicing their free-throw shooting. And when they […]Continue reading