In this team shooting drill, our partner Jordan Petersen, Founder of Positionless Basketball and Head Boy's Coach of Ellsworth High School, demonstrates a great shooting drill based off of a baseline drive situation on their Dr. Dish CT basketball shooting machine.
This is a simple drill but it works on a number of fundamentals. It's important to catch ready to shoot, attack hard but under control, work on passing with one hand, work on shooting off the move, and understanding spacing.
Check it out below!
Depending on the number of players and skill level, you can adjust the tempo to make sure you're maximizing your reps.
Recommended drills settings:
Number of players: 3-8 Pass tempo: 2-4 Pass distance: 3-4 Pass location: Wing (make sure to work both sides) Drill goal: Can be made, taken, or time. We recommend seeing how many makes you can get in 3 minutes on each side.