September 20, 2018


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The Coach in the video is Russ Willemsen from the South Alabama men's staff. The drill can be modified to fit your needs and used during your fall skill development workouts or can be used in practices this coming season as well. To score a point in the drill, the player must make 2 shots in a row from one spot. One shot is a catch and shoot three point shot, the second shot is a one dribble pull up. The shooter should lternate those shots until her or she makes two in a row. When you do the drill live, shoot pull ups going right for the first 2 minutes and 30 seconds, then shoot 5 free throws. Finish out the last two and a half minutes with pull up shots going left.

Hope this helps your summer basketball training! 


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Basketball HQ Guard Development 
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This group is for point guards and wing players.
The workouts in this group are going to be based
around different in game actions; ball screens,
penetration, finishing at the rim, etc. as well as
overall skill development. All of our workouts are
created by College and Professional coaches.
Most of the drills in these workouts will require
a partner. So make sure that you have a gym
partner before selecting this group. If you don't
have a partner make sure you checkout our
Complete Individual Training Basketball Group.
 

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  Resource for Basketball Coaches
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  In Coaching for Leadership, author,
  professor, and former coach, Cory
  Dobbs flips the coaching plan on
  leadership and team building.

  Rather than relying on “seniority”
  and “teachable moments,” coaches
are invited to deliberately prepare every team member
for a vital team building role.

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Quote of the Day

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"Rules without relationships
equals rebellion."

Unknown
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Brian Williams
Basketball Players Toolbox
 
 
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