Off of the Dribble Basketball Shooting Drills for Players. If you are a point guard or wing player, it is important that you can shoot off 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 overpressure you, you need to make them pay.
The shooter runs to the cone and receives a pass a few feet behind the first cone. At each cone, the shooter takes three shots. 1 - Three-point shot after one dribble. Worth three points. 2 - Dribble move to the left for a mid range jump shot. Worth two points. 3 - Dribble move to the right for a mid range jump shot.
This will challenge you on the pick up process. And during games, a normal shot off the dribble will feel quick and effortless. Drill Variations: Change dribble move and location each repetition (Add variability each repetition) - To add variability, you can change the dribble move and the shot location after each repetition. This provides another challenge and is similar to how your shot changes each time during games.
Shooting off the Dribble Drill 1. Straight Drive One-Dribble Jump Shot This drill leads up to shooting jump shots off the dribble going to your strong-hand side and weak-hand side. Start with the ball at the left box outside the lane, your back to the basket. Pass to your self by tossing the ball high so it bounces high at the left elbow of the court.
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Crossover One-Dribble Jump Shot. This drill develops the ability to shoot jump shots off a crossover dribble while going to your strong-hand side and weak-hand side. The drill begins the same way as the previous drill. Begin with the ball at the right box outside the lane. Toss the ball to the right elbow.
Player 1 dribbles forward and then changes direction to dribble past the coach (or chair/bin) and shoots the ball. Players rebound their own shot. Variation: Practice from different areas on court using various dribble moves.
When you attack, start with going over to the right side, take a few steps forward attacking, stop and make a crossover, because when you make a crossover, you are getting your leg out ready to attack. Keep in mind that your last dribble should not be high, but low by the knee. Perform a quick one-two and shoot.