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Basketball Drill Book PHED 203
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Skill: Shooting Drill: Shooting Contest Players will take shots from 5 designated points on the court. The 5 points are: Both corners, both wings, and the top of the key. The free throw line will also be used. Each type of shot is worth a certain amount of points. 3-pointers are worth 3 points, jump shots inside the 3-point line are worth 2 points, and layups are worth 1 point. Free throws are also worth 1 point. A player must complete all 3 shots at each point on the court, shooting a free throw between moving from one point to the next. Players must start at each point behind the 3-point line. They must: 1. Shoot a 3-pointer, get their rebound, and go back to the same spot 2. Shot fake, take 1 dribble, shoot a jumper, get their rebound, and return to the same spot 3. Drive to the basket from that point and shoot a layup, get their rebound 4. Shoot a free throw, get their rebound 5. Move to the next spot and repeat until all spots are complete. Once all shots are completed, players add up their total points and the player with the most points wins.
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Checklist: 1. Watch for correct shooting form 2. Make sure athlete is faking a shot before dribbling 3. Emphasize game-speed shooting 4. Watch for left/right handed layups
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