There are a lot of things that go into winning basketball games, but a big part of it is being able to make shots. As a coach, you can draw up as many basketball plays as you want, but it ultimately comes down to players being able to take and make shots. So it makes sense to spend time working on developing your team’s shooting regularly.
This is a great team basketball drill that you can do at the beginning of practice to help your players work on technique, form, and seeing the ball go in the basket. It doesn’t take very long either and can be done without being monitored by a coach. So it is the perfect basketball drill to have players do when they first enter the gym before practice.
Basketball Drill Overview
Drill Name: Touch Shooting Basketball Drill
Equipment Needed: 1 basketball per player.
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Goals of the Drill
- Warm-up and develop your touch on your shot.
- Lock in on shooting the basketball the correct way every time.
- This is not a physically challenging drill, but it is a great drill for refreshing yourself on great muscle memory and seeing the ball go in the basket.
- Over exaggerate your arc and follow through on every shot.
- Keep your heels in the charge arc to overemphasize the arc on your shot.
Basketball Drill Instructions
- There are going to be two players to a basket, and each will have their own ball.
- There are seven different prongs on the rim that hold the net up.
- Each player must stand inside the charge arc, and swish two makes at each prong only using one hand.
- Once a player makes two swishes, they will rotate to their right and continue around the rim until they have swished two at each of the 7 spots.