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By Mick Donovan

Designed particularly for kids, this handbook includes a wide selection of revolutionary perform drills to assist them increase their basketball abilities. enjoyable, academic and hard, the entire drills are illustrated with pictures or line drawings and canopy the fundamental talents, together with: warming up ball dealing with passing dribbling capturing and rebounding workforce strategies and online game ideas. in addition to easy-to-follow directions, each one drill comprises info at the gear wanted, the distance required, how one can build a secure and potent workout and the way to organise the gamers.

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Coaching points: The players should follow correct passing technique. Emphasise the importance of following through with the arms and hands after each pass and stepping into each pass. Progression: To increase the speed, the coach can set a target for the number of passes within set time limits. 30 101 Youth Basketball Drills drill 24 ‘three player’ pass and move Objective: To develop passing skills, and footwork whilst passing and moving. Equipment: Three players with one ball and half of the court.

Passing 35 Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers protects the ball and keeps his head up as he dribbles against Orlando Magic. 36 101 Youth Basketball Drills DRIBBLING 4 Dribbling is an important technique for players to master and particularly important in a one on one situation and when setting up an attacking play. There are a range of different techniques that can be developed. Key principles to remember ■ Place the hand on top of the ball with fingers spread ■ Always push (not slap) the ball firmly to the floor ■ The height of the bounce may vary, but predominantly it should be no higher than waist height and no lower than the knee ■ Keep the head up to observe opponents and recognise teammates who may be in a better position ■ Use the body to shield the ball from oncoming defenders ■ Master the dribbling technique with both hands Enthusiastic players will spend endless hours practising dribbling on their own and this can be easily done with a ball and hard surface.

Player D stands opposite player B (the central player), who is 5 m away. Players B and C hold the balls at the beginning of the drill. Player C will make a chest pass to player D who receives the ball and returns the pass to player A. Player B then passes to player D who returns the ball to player B. Player A then passes to player D who receives and passes to player C; player B passes to player D who returns the pass to player B. This sequence continues. Players must only pass when the receiving player signals for the ball to indicate that they are ready.

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