Published at Saturday, November 03rd, 2018 - 18:32:11 PM. . By Staci Lambert.
Then you could move to special situations for 12 minutes. For example, you could practice out-of-bounds situations which come up often during a game. What will your offense do? What will will your defense do? How will you play with a certain amount of time left in the game, or when you have a lead, or when your team is behind in the score? By going over these situations each practice, your team is more ready when these situations come up in a game.
I will have a ball and be toward the wing position, about half-way between the baseline and the FT line extended. I want the player facing me, in ready, bent-knee stance, on good balance, with the arms extended toward the ball, hands anticipating a pass. I will pass in to the post and have them take the ball in to the chest, pressing the ball tight with both hands, elbows pointed out (parallel with the lane line). I emphasize always keeping the eyes on the ball, looking the pass right into their hands, before they attempt any other movement. Well do this several times, until the player is comfortable with the procedure and until I too feel they can do the drill and move on.
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