Team Basketball Shooting Machine Drills: Double Screen Action
by Nick Bartlett, on Aug 14, 2019 5:07:34 PM
In this team shooting drill in the Dish Lab, we focus on the pass and screen away action. This is not to be confused with the “Stagger Screen”, there are 2 separate screens within this drill.
When swinging the ball, it’s important to either cut or find a player to screen. As we commonly say, the better you set screens the more opportunities you will create for your teammates and ultimately yourself! This is a great way to simulate “screen away” action that is commonly found in many motion offenses.
Check out the full drill in action below!
As with every drill, focusing on the fundamentals (crisp passes, hard simulated screens, hard cuts, catch ready to shoot) is essential to building skills faster.
Pass location: Top of the key
Pass tempo: 4-5
# of players: 3-8
Goal: Can be makes, taken, or time. We recommend seeing how many you can make in a set time - 10 minutes is a good baseline. Make sure to start by passing both left and right.
You can find this drill in the Dr. Dish Training Management System here.
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