Like anything else in basketball, it's wise to practice various late game situations. Coach Sartini's teams practiced various situations on a regular basis. This is not only valuable for your team, but players like these fun, competitive game-like drills - Coach Gels.
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Focus Your Practices on Impactful Skills & Drills that Win Games - Part 1 Rebounding - if there are 50 missed shots in a game, then your team of 5 has 250 rebound opportunities. Getting back on defense—happens after each time you have the ball. Passing and catching the basketball on offense—hundreds ...
Once the clock starts, you coach to win the game. Adjust your defense and offense to do exactly what you would do in a game. Call time outs, strategically foul, make substitutions based on roles, put on or take off pressures. You can "reset" your situation (1 timeout left, both teams in the bonus, postmen have 4 fouls, etc.).
Instructions. Practice this drill with 4 on 4 or 5 on 5. You provide a situation for the offense: For example, offense can only set back screens. This does two things: - Teaches the defense how to defend back screens. - Teaches the offense how to play while setting back screens. On your command, the offense tries to score.
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Tj (Head Men’s Basketball Coach) Micah, and Graham (Assistant Men’s Basketball Coaches) coach at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia. In addition to a drill to work on trapping, rotating, and passing out of traps, there is a segment on working on game-like passes that you throw in your offense.
Drill #2 - Do or Die Free Throw Drill. Free throws are a critical part of the game, especially towards the end of a close game. This drill is designed to simulate the pressure of an important free throw in a game. This drill is often done towards the end of practice, when players are already tired.
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Preparing for end of game situations are crucial for basketball coaches at any level. Often times, however, this remains overlooked when developing their practice plans. Coaches continually drill aspects of an offensive set or a defensive approach, but sometimes forget those end-of-game scenarios. Competitive practice games stand as one useful tool. These drills inject energy into practice that’s usually reserved for game nights.
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