In Coach Tony Miller's 18th Dr. Dish Drill of the week, he breaks down a great team drill to work on split cuts to create multiple scoring options! Check out the full explanation below!
What do your perimeter players do when the ball enters the post? It’s becoming more and more popular to use split cuts to keep the defense moving, eliminate double teams for the post player, and create multiple scoring options for the offense.
In this drill:
Player 1 begins the drill by screening for Player 2.
Player 2 receives a pass from the Dish and shoots, while Player 1 moves to the opposite corner.
Player 2 receives a second pass from the Dish then drives baseline.
Player 2 makes a baseline drift pass to Player 1 for the shot.
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