Star Drill 3 Pointers

Star Drill 3 Pointers

 

Being able to shoot the basketball on the move and when you are tired can make a big difference at the end of a game. If you have conditioned yourself the right way, you will still have the legs needed to hit big shots at the end of a game. If not, you will be tired, and your shot will come up short.

The star shooting drill is a great drill for simulating coming off of screens and cutting for a catch and shoot shot. If you are looking for a basketball drill where you can get a lot of shots on the move in a short period of time, this is a great drill to use.

 

 

Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Star Drill 3 Pointers

Equipment Needed: 2 Basketballs and 2 partners.

 

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Goals of the Drill

 

Coaching Points

  • Run in a straight line to the next shot, and don’t round your cuts off.
  • Passer needs to move around and adjust the pass of the angle according to where the shooter is.
  • Stay in your shot, hold your follow-through, and don’t drift on your shot.

 

Basketball Drill Instructions

  • There is going to be a shooter, passer, and rebounder.
  • The shooter will shoot a total of 6 3 pointers.
  • They will start in the corner and then go in this order; corner, top of the key, corner, opposite wing, opposite wing, and finish in the starting corner.
  • The player must run in a straight line to the next shot, and the passer must deliver a pass right as the player is getting to the spot to make it game-like.
  • If this basketball shooting drill is done right, the shooter’s running pattern should resemble the outline of a star.

 

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