Basketball Shooting at Dribble Drills

To turn off the camera 1. Straight drive is a one-step jump.

This drill leads the shot jumping shots from the dripping go to the strong side and the weak side. Start the ball in the left box outside the bar with your back in the basket. Pull the ball high enough to get high on the court's left elbow. Run to the left elbows and hold the ball in the back of the basket, with one or two stops, first on the left leg. Fold the inner (left) leg, the first turn in the center and the basket. Shoot your right foot right while a shot is fake and the ball is high. Be a triple threat and shoot first. Create a space when you right-handedly dribbling at the center of the free throwing line. Jump behind the ball.

Pick up the ball on the shot knee with the shooter's hand on top and your balance under the ball. Jump straight up and shoot a jump shot. Earth is in balance. Now, run the drill from the right box and throw the ball to the right elbow. Hold the ball as you enter the inside (right) and rotate the inner (right) leg, the first turn in the center. Create a space when you are dribbling with your left hand until the middle of the free throw. Note: A right-handed player must continue to jump when he goes to the left. A left-handed player needs to jump even better when he moves to the right to take the ball in front of the shooter's knee. Note the number of 10 hail jumps on the right hand side of the left elbow. The goal is to shoot 10 consecutive one-driblim jump shots down straight drive right. Note the number of misspellings of 10 attempts to go to the left of the right elbows. The goal is to 10 consecutive one-driblim jump shots down a straight drive left.

A Dribble Drill Shot 2. Crossover a Driblis Jump Shot

This drill develops the ability to shoot shots on a crossover dribble while going strong on the side and on the weak side. The drill starts the same as the previous drill. Start the ball in the right box outside the bar. Drop the ball to the right elbow. Hold the ball from the back to the basket with one or two stops, turning it inside (right) and center. Stick to the basket and shoot it with your left foot while a shot is fake and the ball is high. Be at a threatening stage, which is a threat to the first shootout. Find a crossover step with your left foot from the outside. Create a space with a long run on the outer (right) hand at a 45-degree angle on the back. Jump behind the ball. Pick up the ball by shooting your knee before shooting with your hand on top and scaling manually under the ball. Jump straight up and shoot a jump shot. Earth is in balance.

Now execute the drill starting from the left box and throw the ball to the left elbow. Hold the ball while jumping to the first (left) foot and tilt the inner (left) leg, with a first turn in the center. Carry out a crossover step with your right foot from the outside. Create a space with a long run at the outer (left) hand at a 45-degree angle on the back. If you handle your stack poorly, you can practice two dribbles that result in a crossover drift in the last dribble to take the ball in the shot knee. Note the number of 10 attempts with the transverse jumper of the right elbow, right, at a 45-degree angle on the back. Make a tenth attempt with the left elbow with a transverse, plunged jigsaw at a 45-degree angle on the back. The goal is to make 10 consecutive crossover one-dribble jump shots out of a crossover drive to the right and make 10 consecutive one-dribble jump shots out of a crossover drive left.

Dribble drill shot 3. Step-Back One-Dribble Jump Shot.

This drill develops the ability to jump jumps from a staggered retraction. Like in the previous drill, it starts with the ball on the right edge of the box. Drop the ball to the right elbow. Hold the ball from the back to the basket with one or two stops, turning it inside (right) and center. Stick to the basket and shoot it with your left foot while a shot is fake and the ball is high. Be at a threatening stage, which is a threat to the first shootout. Stop and read the protector. If the defender makes a retreat, step back with his guard at the foot of the kick and at the same time retract his strong hand. Jump behind the ball and pick up the shot knee at the top of the shooter's hand.

Shoot a jump shot. Keep the ball in balance with your knee and overcome your shoulders, head and shot to the basket to prevent any tension that will put your head and shoulders back into the shot. Now execute the drill from the left box and drop the ball to the left elbow. Hold the ball while jumping to the first (left) foot and tilt the inner (left) leg, with a first turn in the center. Record the number of memorable jumping shots consisting of 10 tenth steps from the right knee. Record the number of reversing jumping shots of 10 attempts from the left elbow. The goal is to 10 consecutive step-back single-dribble skip shots from the right elbow and make 10 consecutive back-and-forth dribble jump shot to the left elbow.

Shooting with a stair drill. Shooting is a false step jumping.

This drill develops the ability to shoot jumping footage of a shot fake and step by step. Like in the previous drill, it starts with the ball on the right edge of the box. Drop the ball to the right elbow. Hold the ball from the back to the basket with one or two stops, turning it inside (right) and center. Stick to the basket and shoot it with your left foot while a shot is fake and the ball is high. Be at a threatening stage, which is a threat to the first shootout. Stop and read your defender's position. If you are on the same side of your defensive hand as the impact stroke, step on the foot of the foot after the head of the defender has moved the head and shoulder to the guard arm.

If your defensive hand is sideways away from your adhesion step, you move and pass your percussion leg with the defensive lead that moves your head and shoulders under the defensive arm. Protect the ball with your head and shoulder and move it from the defensive line while shooting a jump shot. Now execute the drill from the left box and drop the ball to the left elbow. Hold the ball while jumping to the first (left) foot and tilt the inner (left) leg, with a first turn in the center. Record the number of skip jumps made with 10 tips with the right knees. Record the number of skip jumps made up of 10 attempts from the left elbow. The goal is to skip 10 consecutive step-by-step from the right elbow and to jump 10 consecutive step-by-step from the left elbow.

Edited by:

Wissel, Hal. (2004). Basketball: a step to success. Human Kinetics, Champaign, IL. 2nd edition.

Wissel, Hal. (2005). Basketball shot: out of the horse, from the drop and from the post. Basketball World, Suffield, CT.