If you are playing against a good team defense in basketball, it might not be enough to just get past one defender. There is usually a help defender that steps up if you do get past your original defender. If that is the case, you need to know what to do with the basketball after beating your defender.
For this basketball finishing drill, you will work on shot faking the first defender, making a behind the back counter-move on the second defender, and then finishing at the basket. This is more of an advanced move that needs to be perfected before using it in a game. This basketball drill will help you master the move and get you ready to use it in a live game situation.
Basketball Drill Overview
Drill Name: Shot Fake Counter Behind the Back Basketball Drill
Equipment Needed: 1 basketball and 3 chairs.
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Goals of the Drill
- Work on your shot fake, behind the back move, and finishing at the basket.
- Practice good shot fake fundamentals.
- Sell the behind the back move.
- Visualize the defenders in front of you and make the moves game realistic.
Basketball Drill Instructions
- Place 3 chairs at the top of the key in a triangle shape (one at the 3 point line and two on the free throw line).
- Players start with the basketball at the top of the key.
- They will spin the ball to themselves, shot fake, take one dribble to the right, make a behind the back move, and then finish with a Euro-step move.
- Alternate which way you go after the shot fake each time.
**You can change up the finishing move if desired.