Being able to quickly outlet the ball and get into transition can really open up the floor and create easy scoring opportunities for the offense. It all starts with the initial exchange from the rebounder to the ball handler, and the quicker this outlet pass can happen, the quicker the offense can move up the floor. The next key is sprinting the floor. Players one through five need to sprinting the floor in their lanes and putting pressure on the defense. Even if you don't get the basketball, sprinting the floor can open up scoring opportunities for teammates.
This basketball drill is great to use in practice with your entire team and will really help to develop the mindset of getting the ball out quickly and transitioning up the floor. It is also a great drill for post players to work on handling the basketball.