In this drill, Coach Tony Miller demonstrates a great team drill focused on pin down screens and dribble handoffs to create space for an open drive or shot. Check out the full breakdown in the video below!
If you watch any of the previous college championship tournaments, you may have noticed teams using a pin down screen helping a teammate get open for either a drive or a shot.
Pin down shooting
In this drill, Player 1 and Player 2 start in positions close to the “slots” on the perimeter.
On the pass out to Player 1, Player 2 starts to run to set a pin down screen for Player 3.
Player one follows Player 2 and passes the ball off to Player 3.
Player 3 can shoot, take a one-dribble pull-up, or drive for a floater in the paint.
After the shot, each player rotates up one additional spot on the floor for the next rep.Want more from Coach Tony Miller? Check out his podcast,A Quick Timeoutas well as his twitter/social media account@tonywmiller. We're so grateful to have him on our Dr. Dish team! Check out his other Dr. Dish Basketball Drills here.