Number Drill Tennis Ball Toss One Move 15 Point Finish

Number Drill Tennis Ball Toss One Move 15 Point Finish


This combination basketball shooting drill will help you work on your ball handling, conditioning, shooting, and being mentally strong. As a basketball player, you want to develop all the different parts of your game. This basketball drill may be challenging at first, but stay with it and push yourself to become a better player.

If you are a player who must handle the basketball in a game and uses off-ball screens to help get open or score, this is a great drill to use. Along with working on your skills, it will also help work on your conditioning if you go hard.



Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Number Drill Tennis Ball Toss One Move 15 Point Finish

Equipment Needed: 1 Basketball, 1 Tennis Ball, 5 Chairs, and a Partner.


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Goals of the Drill


Coaching Points

  • Don’t be afraid to mess up and push yourself to go as quickly as you during the dribbling part.
  • Mix your speeds up before coming off the different chairs for shots.
  • Be creative with your dribbling moves at each chair.


Basketball Drill Instructions

  • Place 4 chairs just inside the 3 point line in the shape of a box and then place 1 chair in the middle.
  • Number the chairs 1-5, starting with the chair to the left when standing on the baseline (middle chair is number 5).
  • The player is going to start at chair number 1 with a basketball and tennis ball.
  • Toss the tennis ball up in the air and make any single dribble move.
  • Catch the tennis ball and then dribble to the next chair and do another move.
  • Go all the way around to chair number 5, doing a move at each chair.
  • Once you reach chair 5, the coach/partner will call out the next chair number that the player must go to and make a move.
  • After 30-45 seconds, the coach will call out ‘finish,’ and at this point, the player must drop the tennis ball and make a layup.
  • Now the player must use the 5 chairs on the floor as different screens.
  • He/she must make a total of 15 points (2’s and 3’s) using different chairs and different cuts.
  • To complete this basketball shooting drill, the player must score a total of 15 points.


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