Team Shooting Drills: UW-Milwaukee Shot Frenzy
by Nick Bartlett, on Nov 22, 2020 6:25:00 PM
Head Coach Kyle Rechlicz of UW-Milwaukee demonstrates a great team shooting drill utilizing the Dr. Dish CT machine called Shot Frenzy. The purpose of this drill is to help players simulate multiple different game-like shots in a short amount of time. Check out the full demonstration in the video below!
- The first shot is a one dribble pull-up from the corner. The Dr. Dish passes out to Player 1 at the top of the key. Player 1 then passes to Player 2 at the wing, as they drop down to the corner and take a one dribble pull-up. Player 1 then becomes Player 2 and the drill continues until everyone in the line has assumed both roles.
- The second shot is a drift corner 3. The only difference with this shot is that the wing player receiving the pass from the top of the key drifts to the corner to shoot a 3 instead of a one dribble pull-up.
- The third shot is a curl action shot. This shot simulates a screen at the wing. Player 2 will cut down to the corner, come back up to the wing and curl in off of the screen, receive the pass from Player 1 and shoot a jump shot.
- The fourth shot simulates flare action. Player 1 is at the top of the key and Player 2 starts at the elbow. The Dish passes out to Player 1 as Player 2 moves out to the wing off of a flare screen. Player 1 passes to Player 2 at the wing who shoots a 3.
- The fifth and final shot worked on is the transition pitch. Player 1 is at the top of the key and receives a pass from the Dish as Player 2 is running back from half-court simulating a transition action. Player 1 catches the pass and dribbles towards the elbow. Player 1 then passes to Player 2 at the wing who shoots a 3. Player 1 takes Player 2's position and runs to half-court as a new Player receives the pass from the Dish at the top of the key.
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