Duke Team Shooting: You-Me Action
by Nick Bartlett, on Aug 5, 2019 10:38:10 AM
In this video, our partner Coach Sam Miller from Duke University showcases a great drill on the Dr. Dish CT based off of a common action that they run in their offense.
The "You/Me" Action is a read based on two players coming together on the wing. Oftentimes the bottom player reads the defense and determines whether to pop out to the 3 point line or cut back door.
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Based on the bottom player's decision the top player will do the opposite to maintain spacing (either cut to the basket or pop out to the 3 point line).
In this drill, the player that pops out receives a pass from the high post for a 3 and then receives a 2nd 3 point shot from the Dish at the corner.
Recommended Dr. Dish settings:
Pass tempo: 5
Pass distance: 3-4
Pass locations: Slot and corner
Goal: Can be makes, takes, or time. Our recommendation is 5 minutes on each side. Look to switch up the reads as well.
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