By Marquita Sanford. Basketball Gear. Published at Sunday, April 01st, 2018 - 10:51:23 AM.
Then you could move to playing fast as a 2nd segment for 12 minutes. The idea here is to do drills that simulate when you want to fast break during the game. For example, you might simulate long rebounds, turnovers, or your rebounder dribbling out of the pack as situations in which all 5 of your players will speed up the pace of the game. This segment is a good time to build stamina by keeping all players active for the 12 minutes. It is also motivating to time how fast they are dribbling, passing, and making shot attempts.
Finally, you could finish with a 12-minute segment on team offense. You could emphasize how you want your players to move within the offense, what passes to look for, when to take shots, and how offensive rebounding is a key part of your offense. You can keep track of when your players are doing these actions on offense and gave them feedback about that.
Having a positive attitude is also an important trait to have as you try to get better with your basketball skills. The positive attitude can affect not only as you try to improve on the skills of the game. It can also affect the people around you such as your teammates. Having a positive attitude can help you have enough to get going even if the going gets tough. So if you feel like nothing is going right, positive attitude will help you feel that you still can. Self-confidence is essential as well. Believe in yourself that you have what it takes to get so much better at the game that you love.
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