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DRILL "Two Team Layup Competition Drill"
Title:Two Team Layup Competition Drill
Author:FE Administrator
Graphic N°: 1
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Graphic N°: 2
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The team should be split up in to two teams. Both teams start lined up in a row from the half court line. O1 on each team starts on a whistle from the coach. They dribble towards the basket and score a layup. If the player scores he has to immediately pass the ball to the next player in the team. As soon as he catches the ball the second player starts. If the player misses the layup, he has to grab his own rebound and try to score. Only when he scores can he pass the ball back to the next player. This drill will last until 20 points, every basket scored counts 1 point.
Goals / purpose / skills
This drill is for children. Here they learn in a competitive game to concentrate on their dribbling and their scoring.
- The start position could be changed.
- You can change the range and / or the angle from where the player has to start (Picture 2).
- You could also reduce the number of players in each group down to at least 2.
- Shooting left-handed layups.
Tips / Hints / Emphasis
The running should be fast but the players should not rush. Most important is that the players perform the drill correctly without any rule violations.
Players / Coaches
Age Group

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