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DRILL "Free Throw Fast Break Drill"
Title:Free Throw Fast Break Drill
Author:FE Administrator
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The team is divided in to two groups. One offensive team and one defensive team. The drill starts with a free throw by a coach. The teams line up in their usual rebounding positions. After the shot all offensive players should go to the rebound and the defensive players try to box them out. If the offence gets the rebound they try to score until the defence obtains possesion. If the offence score they get 2 points and the drill continues with another free throw. If the defensc gets the rebound, they immediately start the fast break with an outlet pass to X1. All offensive players should run their lanes and try to finish the break as quickly as possible while the defence tries to defend the break. The new offence has just one attempt to score (1 point if they score). After an attempt the drill is over and starts again with another free throw. The teams switch their starting positions. The drill will last until one team reaches 11 points. The losing team runs a penalty.
Goals / purpose / skills
Defence learns to box out under game pressure. Fast break practice under real game situation.
The drill could be run 3v3, 4v4 or 5v5. The drill could be done without any dribbling allowed.
Tips / Hints / Emphasis
Stress the correct technique of boxing out. Make sure that your offensive players go with full strength to the rebound. Make sure that the players run the break correctly.
Players / Coaches
Age Group

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