In Coach Tony Miller's 15th Dr. Dish Drill of the week, he demonstrates a great team shooting drill called 32-Point Shooting. Check out the full explanation below!
If you’ve spent any time watching the games from the NBA Bubble, you may have noticed the increased number of floaters and even mid-range shots taken. Despite your feelings on the effectiveness on those two types of shots, the fact of the matter is that players will be forced to take those shots from time to time.
The drill will have the player taking 3 shots from each spot.
The first shot, worth 1 point, is a floater just outside the paint.
The second shot, worth 2 points, is a one dribble pull-up jump shot.
The final shot, worth 3 points, is a catch-and-shoot 3PA.
The drill finishes with 2 free throws, each worth one point (make in a one-and-one situation to increase the pressure).
There are a total of 32 possible points.
Want more from Coach Tony Miller? Check out his podcast, A Quick Timeout as well as his twitter/social media account @tonywmiller. We're so grateful to have him on our Dr. Dish team!