The backboard is a valuable tool for finishing in the mid range and around the basket, but it is not used as often as it should be. There may be several different reasons why a player doesn't use the backboard, but the biggest is most likely because they just simply have not practiced it enough to be comfortable with it in a game. However, once they realize the value of using the backboard, and then also spend the time learning to use it. They will be able to improve their finishing percentage.
This basketball drill is going to help the player work on scoring off of a combo move and then being creative with different types of finishes off the glass. The drill is going to go for two minutes straight, which will allow for the players to get plenty of repetitions and work on all different kinds of finishes (runners, floaters, jumpers, etc.). Along with being a great drill to work on finishing off the backboard, this drill can also be used as a competition drill. You can set it up so that the player who makes the least amount of shots within the two minutes has some sort of punishment at the end.