We were fortunate to visit Ellsworth High School (WI) and capture a few ways their Head Coach Jordan Petersen (also Founder of Positionless Basketball) uses their Dr. Dish CT.
In this drill, Coach Petersen moves the CT away from the basket to work on finishing at the rim. Here, he simulates a player catching a pass from the wing while rolling to the hoop after setting a screen. The help defender starts at the opposite block and contests at the rim.
Check it out below!
This is a great way to work on multiple finishes and finishing through contact. Also, this is a perfect way to work on defending and contesting without fouling.
The Dr. Dish CT and All-Star are the ONLY machines designed with a swivel net system for game location passing and simulating game actions. Of course this can be done without the Dish but is great for maximizing efficiency.
Pass tempo: 6 or remote Pass location: Near the elbow Dish Location: Wing (use both sides) Goal: Can be makes or time - focus on keeping score of makes.