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.
In this blog post, I’ll give you drills that will fit any situation.Continue reading
The Mikan Drill is one of the most important individual basketball drills a player can use.
It will improve touch, technique, and finishing around the rim.
Which are all very important for players who want to score when they attack the hoop from the perimeter or catch the ball inside a crowded key.Continue reading
Every great basketball coach focuses on footwork.
Effective footwork will prevent players from silly violations, allow them to create space and get past defenders, set them up to shoot on balance, let them dominate the post, and more…
It’s very important.Continue reading
The best guards in basketball are highly skilled in specific areas of the game.
They’re able to shoot from outside at a high percentage (midrange and three-pointers), they can beat any opponent with their dribble, and they can finish at the basket.
Here are 10 basketball drills for guards that will improve these important skills.Continue reading
“Knockout” is a basketball game often used by teachers and coaches during school or basketball practices.
It involves players in a single file line attempting to score a basket before the person behind them.Continue reading
Running basketball conditioning drills is the answer to ensuring your team is in shape to give 100% effort throughout entire games.
The basketball drills you use at practice should incorporate conditioning so that your players are improving their fitness and working on their skills at the same time.
This also makes sure your practices are game-like because players are practicing executing their skills while fatigued.Continue reading