In the video below, Coach Petersen demonstrates what he calls the Post 45 Series. In this drill, there's a few different potential wrinkles but it simulates an inside-out situation.
The first player will catch the ball near the top of the key and dribble to the wing to increase their angle for a post feed.
The post player will then simulate a double team. Then they'll evade dribble and pass to the opposite wing which will often be the open man.
The player can then shoot the ball on the wing or swing the ball to the corner for an open shot. If there is an extra player they can force the wing to make the right decision on whether to shoot or pass.
Check out the full breakdown below!
At Dr. Dish Basketball, we're thrilled to work with great coaches and trainers like Coach Petersen to promote great game scenario drills.
We also believe in the Positionless Basketball philosophy of developing complete players and not boxing players into a certain position. All players should be able to shoot, handle the ball, and make sound decisions on the court regardless of their size or athleticism.
And always remember to train hard, train smart, and train with a purpose!