Andy Enfield is the head coach at the University of Southern California, and he is one of the best basketball shooting coaches that you will find out there today. He has worked in the NBA as a skill development coach. The reason that this particular basketball drill is named after him, is because he gets credit for creating the drill.
This shooting drill is designed to allow the player to get up a lot of shots, and can be done on your own or with a teammate for competition. You want to practice coming into your shot the right way every time, and really focusing on your mechanics each time you shoot the basketball.
Drill Name: Andy Enfield 5 Minute Shooting Drill
Drill Goal: Get up a lot of shots and work on your footwork coming into your shot.
Equipment Needed: 1 basketball per person.
Tips: Don't run in after you shoot, hold your follow through and then go get the ball. Shoot the same way every time. Condition yourself mentally to try and hit multiple shots in a row.
Directions: This drill can be done with or without a partner. However if you do it with multiple people it becomes a competition between the players. Each player is going to start with a basketball, shoot a 3 pointer from anywhere around the arc, get their own shot, and then spin the ball out to themselves as they run out for another 3 point shot anywhere around the arc. The drill is going to go for 3-5 minutes and the player with the most makes at the end wins. If you are by yourself then you can just try and beat your previous record of makes.