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All of these basketball competition drills come in high quality video and text format, so that you will be able to maximize your learning time. Also all of the basketball drills are instructed by an expert basketball coach or trainer and then is demonstrated by a basketball player. This will allow you to be able to see how to do the drill, while also receiving coaching instruction at the same time. Basketball HQ holds all of its content to the highest standard of quality, so you can know that you are getting the best possible basketball training information.
Basketball competition drills are a great way to practice what your players have been learning and working on in a live situation, but it is also a great way to teach your players how to compete and to get the most out of them. Anytime that you put competition in the mix you are creating an atmosphere where no one wants to lose. This challenges the players and then in return allows the players to challenge each other and make themselves better.
All of these basketball competitions drills will help be able to help you kick start your practice or basketball workout, and also help you separate the players that want it from those that don’t. Learning to compete is a skill just like shooting or dribbling a basketball is. Some players are better off at the start, but every player can become a better competitor by working on it. Hold each player to a high standard and require their best in everything that they do.
If your team is able to compete in every circumstance no matter what, then they are going to have a chance to win a lot of games. The reason why is because everybody on the team has the desire to do whatever it takes to get the job done. This is not something that just happens on its own. You have to be willing to put the time in to develop this type of culture as a basketball coach. It comes through conditioning, basketball drills, workouts, etc. To achieve a high level of team competitiveness you must work on it regularly.
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Cone touches basketball dribbling drill is a great basketball drill because you are able to combine working on ball handling, conditioning, thinking, and competition all in the same drill.
The 1 on 1 chairs wing closeout basketball drill is a great offensive and defensive drill for your basketball team, because the drill allows you to put together all of your offensive scoring moves and practice them against a defender.
The dribble line basketball defensive drill will show you right away which players want to play defense and which ones aren't, because there is no help defense.
The hawk basketball defensive drill is going to work on the players ability to guard one on one from the wing position.
This 1 on 1 basketball closeout drill is designed to simulate going from being in the help side, to closing out, and guarding your man in a 1 on 1 scenario.
This closeout basketball drill is designed to work on plugging the gap , recovering out to your man, and then playing 1 on 1 defense, without fouling.
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.
The 1 on 1 spot triple threat basketball drill is going to allow the players to play 1 on 1 from anywhere on the floor (3 point line area and in). It will help them to practice scoring out of the triple threat and being strong with the ball.
The one on one wing closeout basketball drill allows you to work on individual man to man defense as well as the different offensive basketball moves the players have been working on.
This help and recover defensive drill is going to breakdown being in the help, and closing out on the catch. It is also great for competing in practice.
The 2 on 2 wing basketball closeout drill allows you to teach your players the basics of defense while also being able to determine which basketball players can guard and which can't.
The bulldog rebounding drill is going to teach your player to compete and fight on the boards and when finishing in the paint.
This finishing drill is going to work on finishing in a full court transition situation where a defensive player is trying to run you down.
This Georgetown multiple effort drill is going to simulate some great in game actions that a player will go through.
This Georgetown drill is going to work on being able to quickly transition from offense to defense and vice versa. Great for teams who like to play fast.
This Georgetown multiple effort drill is great for working on scoring and then immediately jumping into a full court defense.
This 1 on 1 defensive drill is going to work on pressuring the ball full court. It is also going to really help the ball handler learn to handle pressure.
The 1 on 1 help side recovery basketball drill breaks down the help side defense, works on closing out your defender, and then playing 1 on 1 defense.
This basketball drill will allow the players to learn how to read their defender, sell their move, and practice making their moves at game speed.
The crossover 2 ball mirror drill is great for working on ball handling at a high speed and helping players get out of their comfort zone.
This tennis ball toss basketball competition drill will help you do that because you are trying to win against your other teammates.