All of these basketball drills come with HD video as well as text instructions. Having both types of information for each drill will allow you to better understand the drill, and its specific purpose. Every video is instructed by an expert coach or trainer, and is demonstrated by a high level athlete as well.
Shooting off of the dribble is a completely different feel than shooting off of the catch. So it is important that you practice specific types of shooting drills that involve the dribble. Whether it is shooting off of a ball screen action, after using a combo move, or in transition, you need to be able to learn how to shoot off of the dribble. These drills were designed to specifically work on these different off of the dribble shooting skills.
Using the dribble to score sometimes gets a bad reputation because of over dribbling, but there are a lot of situations where being able to shoot off of the dribble can really add value to an offense. Here are a few examples; scoring off of ball screens, attacking in transition, attacking off of a quick reversal, and end of clock isolation situations.
Ideally you don’t want a team of players that are only looking to create off of the dribble for themselves, but there are definitely situations that call for it. These off of the dribble shooting drills are going to help you master these situations, and they are worth adding to your team’s basketball training regiment.
If you are a point guard or wing player it is important that you are able to shoot off of the dribble. If you are primarily a catch and shoot player, it doesn’t have to be your strongest skill, but if the defense is going to over pressure you, you need to make them pay. If you are a good ball handler, you need to be able to turn dribbling the basketball into a quality shot.
It is also important though that you stay out of the trap of always wanting to create off of the dribble when you get the ball. You need to pick your spots, and learn when to use the dribble to create a shot for yourself. These off of the dribble shooting drills will not only help you learn to shoot better off of the dribble, but they will also teach you when to use the dribble to score within the flow of the offense.
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For this ball screen pull up jump shot drill you are going to work on using the ball screen, turning the corner, and then pulling up for a jump shot.
This ball screen refusal drill will help teach you the correct way to refuse the screen and then also how to score off of it.
This is a great team warm up shooting drill that you can use at the beginning of practice to help get warmed up and get a lot of quality shots.
The post defender ball screen series basketball drill is designed to help the ball handler learn how to attack the big man off of the ball screen action.
The Steve Nash Basketball shooting drill is a great drill that you can do by yourself in the gym when you don't have someone to rebound for you.
This backboard scoring drill is going to help the player work on scoring off of the dribble and also using different types of finishes off of the backboard.
For this sweep 1 dribble pull up basketball shooting drill you are simulating coming down in transition, catching the basketball, and then sweeping by the defender for a one dribble pull up shot.
When the defender goes under the ball screen, the big man can immediately turn around and re-screen the them. This time the screen is even lower the not so good shot from the 3 point line becomes a much higher percentage 15 footer if the defender chooses to go under again.
The ball screen defender goes under drill is going to help you work on stopping behind the screen and shooting a 3 pointer.
This ball screen flat switch basketball drill is simulating a big man flat switching out onto the ball handler. The big man knows that he is not as quick as the ball handler so he is going to sit right below the 3 point line and give space for himself to react.
In this ball screen switch situation you are going to practice coming off the ball screen and having an imaginary big man defender switch onto you.
The beat the pro basketball shooting drill is a drill that puts pressure on the shooter and forces them to hit shots to win the drill. Learn how to shoot under pressure.
When a big man is able to quickly sprint to a ball screen it allows the ball handler the chance to quickly attack off of the screen.
The pull back drill is great for working on creating space with the dribble and then making a scoring move past the defender.
This flat hedge wing ball screen drill video is going to be instructed by an expert coach and then demonstrated by a high level basketball player.
This game situation hand off basketball shooting drill will allow you to get a lot of reps at coming off of a hand off for a shot, one dribble pull up, one dribble pull up freeze fake shot, etc.
For this hard hedge wing ball screen drill you are going to be working on using a ball screen, and the defense is going to hard hedge the screen.
This Kobe Bryant pivot series basketball drill is going to focus on the fake spin pivot move. To use this move you must drive to the basket under control and be able to read the defender.
This movement basketball shooting drill will help you get lots of reps at this specific move and will also help you improve your conditioning.
The moves on moves drill is going to teach the player how to be able to make a move past a defender while moving forward at a game speed.
This shooting drill is going to work on using different types of screens to get open, and then attacking with a quick rip through dribble for a shot.
With this basketball shooting drill you will be able to get a lot of game speed repetitions going both left and right on the sweep so that you can start mastering this move.
For this pull up basketball shooting drill though, it is going to focus on the ball handler getting a pull up jump shot off of the ball screen.
The read and react guard defense ball screen basketball series drill is designed to help the ball handler learn to read the defense and then make the right play.
The squeeze defense wing ball screen basketball drill is a game situation drill that is going to work on getting open before the catch, and then using a wing ball screen out of the triple threat position.
The Steve Nash basketball shooting drill is a great because it can be done all by yourself without a rebounder and you can get up a lot of shots as well.