Fast Break and Transition Drill #16 - Full Court Press Breaker Drill. This full court drill is great for breaking pressure while working on skills such as ball handling, passing, and cutting. This drill overloads the court with defenders and makes the offensive players work twice as hard to break the pressure.
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Basketball Fast Break and Lay Up Passing The idea of this drill is to develop the fast break, with one player dribbling down the middle of the court and the other 2 players acting as outlet players each side. The the ball starts in the middle. This player (1) passes to the outlet player on their right (2). The player
Fast Break Drills for Youth Basketball. Are you looking for drills that will help your youth basketball team get out in transition and score more points on the fast break? Then you’ll love these two practice ideas. The first one is called the “Celtics Layup Drill”, and it trains your kids to pass accurately and finish at high speed in a full court setting.
In this video, you will learn how to make a good fast break, which normally leads to an easy shot.For more basketball tips, check out the other videos in our...
DIAGRAM 1: The drill starts with an alignment of three players on the right side and two players on left side. 1 has the ball, 2 breaks to the free-throw line and receives a chest pass from 1. 1 will receive bounce pass from 2 and shoot a layup. 3 rebounds while not letting the ball hit the floor.
The fast break and transition offense occurs when you gain possession of the basketball and push the ball as quickly as possible up the floor via the dribble or the pass. You can gain possession of the ball by a turnover, rebound, blocked shot, or an attempted shot. Like Don Kelbick likes to say in his Transition Offense and Four-Second Fast Break DVD, "The operative word in fast break is 'fast.'".
You’ll see a lot of young players, like seventh graders, on a one-on-zero fast break, so come in here, shoot an overhand layup, and bing, shoot that ball off the backboard. Also, when you come in here and you shoot this shot here, this is a good easy way to get contested and get blocked.
One of the main reasons for missed layups at the youth basketball level is players are going way too fast. If you were to spend just 2 minutes sitting on the sidelines of an U10’s game, and I guarantee you’ll see a 100mph fast break that results in the shooter slamming the ball off the backboard.
Setup. Set up four passers, with one at each elbow on both sides of the court. The rest of your players will form two lines, at opposite ends of the court, right where the right lane line and baseline meet. (see the diagram below) Each line has one ball.