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All of these basketball post move drills are in high quality video as well as text format. The videos are instructed by expert basketball coaches and trainers, and then demonstrated by basketball players so that you can see the correct way to do the drill, and also get coaching instruction during the drill as well.
These basketball post move drills are designed to help post players become dominant on the block. You don’t have to be a center or forward to use these basketball drills either. There are plenty of post up opportunities for wings and guards as well. It is important that you learn to play with your back to the basket and also learn to face up in the mid range as well.
As a general rule of thumb if the person guarding you is smaller than you, go back to the basket. If you are smaller and quicker than the defender, face them up before making your move. The goal is to use your strengths against their weaknesses to get a quality shot.
Pretty much any time the ball can go inside to the paint area and then back out, your team is going to end up with a good look. A great way to get the ball inside is to be able to have a good post up player, doesn’t always have to be your center either. If your post player is a threat to score on the block then the defense will be put in a losing situation. They will either have to stay home with the help and let the post player go one on one, or they will have to send help and leave one of the other players open for a kick out. The only way this happens though is if you develop your post player and make him/her a threat to score when they get the ball.
A big misconception about posting up on the block is that you have to be a big man to do it. However that is not true, and you see more and more guard players learning to post up on the block and mid range area. If you are a bigger wing that struggles to get around quicker guards then adding some post moves to your game is almost a must. Use your size, strength, footwork, and moves to get yourself a quality shot. These post move drills will teach you how to duck in move, leg whip, etc. so that you can master the block area.
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This basketball teaching video will help teach you how to do the move and then also some of the tricks and tips to making it work for you.
The leg whip is a pretty basic basketball post move that you can use in the post to help get your hook shot off over your defender without them blocking it.
You are really able to build a proper foundation of how you should finish around the basket with this Mikan basketball drill. Both with footwork and your hands.
This post drill is great for teaching a post player to learn how to fight for position, but also how to score with multiple dribbles.
This 1 on 1 post drill is great for working on developing both offense and defense in the post and will allow for some quality reps with competition.
This post ball screen drill is going to allow the post player to really work on setting great screens and then spacing for a shot or a rip through action.
This foot ups tennis ball drill is great for developing a players footwork and hand eye coordination. It is really good for post players.
This drop step drill is going to allow the player to practice making a drop step move through contact and also work on angles and explosiveness.
This drop step post move drill is going to breakdown the move and then allow for the player to get plenty of repetitions at the move.
This basketball finishing drill video is going to work on different scoring moves from the elbow area, and is instructed by the UNCG men's basketball coaches.
This jump hook post series is used by the University of Florida's basketball team and is going to work on ball handling and the jump hook move.
This finishing drill is going to work on finishing from a guard dump off pass, and it is going to breakdown 3 different types of finishes.
This pick and pop shooting drill is going to allow for a post player to get a lot of quality repetitions in a short period of time.
This is a great pick and roll finishing drill because it is going to work on attacking the help defender that usually rotates over after the roll.
This Florida Gators reverse pivot post series drill is going to work on the players ability to handle the ball, and then score using the reverse pivot.
This foot ups drill is great for developing soft quick feet and also a players hand eye coordination. Really great drill for post players.
This post drill is going to work on 3 different shots that a post player will potentially get during the course of a game.
The get your own rebound hook shot basketball drill is designed to simulate a big man getting a rebound and then going right back up with a hook shot finish
This shot fake finish drill is going to work on getting an offensive rebound, and then knowing what to do with the ball afterwards.
This drill is going to work on having the guard penetrate into the teeth of the defense and then dump off the ball to the post player as the help steps up.
This high low post drill is great for learning to read the defense and then make the appropriate play in the post. It is going to work on footwork and body control.
This hook shot basketball drill will help you learn the motion of using a leg whip and getting right into your hook shot down in the post in the block area.
This basketball training video is going to show you how to do a duck in to the baseline side and then finish with an easy layup at the basket.
Learning how to do a drop step post move in basketball is a must for all post players. The drop step will allow you to get your hook shot off against the defender.
If the defense is fronting the post than it is time to use the high low post move. This is one of the basic post moves in basketball and should be learned by any player that plays on the block.
This pivot finish post drill is a must for all post players. It will teach them how to be patient in the post and make great pivot moves.
This post feed relocate drill is great for working on feeding the post, but then also teaching the wing player not to stand after they have entered the ball.
This post position drill is great for learning angles and the correct way to post up on the block. It is a must for all post players.
This shot fake finish post move drill is going to work on the players ability to catch the ball off of guard penetration, and then be able to finish.
With this basketball post move drill you are going to practice catching the ball, squaring your shoulders to the basket, and then finishing with your outside hand.
This post move drill is going to simulate this action and work on helping the big man space, catch the ball, and then finish before the defense can recover.
The pull through reverse finish post move basketball drill is a great way to simulate helping a post player that is on the block learn how to react when a guard or wing player drives down the paint.
This post scoring drill is going to help the player work on scoring from the ball screen action and the penetration dump off action.
The repost finish drill is great for working on not settling for poor positioning on the block. It is going to teach the player to kick the ball out and then repost for better position.
The reverse Mikan basketball drill is a great drill to work on developing your hands, your footwork, and work on finishing around the basket.
This tough catch finish drill is going to work on the players hands and their ability to finish around the basket after receiving a bad pass.
This up and under post drill is great for teach post players how to read the defense and make shot blockers pay for raising up in the post.
The 2 ball Mikan drill is going to help the player work on finishing around the basket, and also hand eye coordination.
This partner progression shooting drill is going to work on developing soft hands, finishing around the basket, footwork, and getting warmed up.
This tennis ball drill is going to really help the player develop great footwork and hand eye coordination at the same time.
This drill is going to specifically work on different post scoring moves that a post player will get during the course of a game.
This tennis ball drill is going to work on hand eye coordination and footwork. Both are really important for post players finishing around the basket.
This post move drill is going to help post players to be able to finish around the basket primarily working on a dump off finish.
This reverse finish post move drill is going to work on catch a dump off pass, and then using the rim to help protect from the shot blocker.