Published at Saturday, October 27th, 2018 - 20:44:11 PM. . By Karyn Bates.
You could start with a defensive rebounding drill and then an offensive rebounding drill for the 1st 12 minutes. The defensive rebounding drill would practice boxing out position, keeping the opponent from the ball, and then securing the ball possession, and the first move after that. The offensive rebounding drill would practice moves to get to the ball before the opponent does, followed by going right up for a shot after getting the offensive rebound. These drills should be spirited while emphasizing the importance of this aspect of the game being played well by all the players on your team.
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.
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