Face the fire triple threat basketball drill is great for teaching players to catch the ball, square up their defender, and then face the pressure. If the player catches the ball and immediately gets on their heels and doesn't square up the defender, then they are not an offensive threat. They are not able to see the floor, or be in a position to make a move past their defender. That allows the defender to have full liberty to harass the player with the ball, and the offense is basically at a stand still from this point.
The key is to be strong with the ball, face the pressure, and then make the defender pay for being over aggressive. Once this happens a couple of times the defender is going to back off and you will be able to run offense. Basketball drills like this seem like they are working on a smaller skill, but without being able to handle pressure, the offense is not going to run very well at all.