In this video, he works on a progression based on catching the ball in a "Wing Shift" situation. This is when an offensive player attacks the middle. When the gap defender helps, the player in the slot position needs to shift to the wing to create extra space for a closeout.
As the player catches the ball, Drew goes through 4 different options to attack the defense:
1. Knock down jump shot 2. Shot fake slide 3. Downhill finish 4. Mid range move
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This is a perfect way to simulate a game-like scenario while using the Dr. Dish CT for maximum reps AND statistical feedback.
Each drill should be programmed with a goal of makes on each side of the floor. A great start is to have the drill goal set at 20 makes (10 per side) for a total of 80 game-like makes. The pass tempo can be changed on the machine but typically should be set for 5-7 seconds.