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# OverheadPass - 7 3 = = = = =#OVERHEAD BASEBALL PASS...

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þ7############################ ]################################## ##### ##### ##### ##### ##### )#### )#### )#### )#### )# ## 3# ## =#### =#### =#### =#### =# ## ]#### ]#### ]#### ]##########################################################################OVERHEAD & BASEBALL PASS DRILLPurpose: To give students practice in the use of the overhead and the baseball pass in a situation that occurs in a real basketball gameGrade level: 7th and aboveEquipment: Basketballs; Backboard or wallStudents line up in 3 lines (A, B, C). Rotation from one line to another goes from B to C to A to B. The B line is the rebound (overhead pass) line. Teacher or assistant throws ball off backboard (or wall) and first student in this line jumps to get ball, pivots on one foot, and throws and overhead pass to first student in line A. Meanwhile, on the toss off the backboard, first student in line C runs straight down the court. Line A throws a baseball pass to line C student who should now be past half court. You can have students do a lay-up at the other end or not. Line C students bring (not throw) balls back with them. You could add a 4th line, one that throws ball off the backboard, especially if you have no assistant to do this. Rotation would include that line also. ################################################################################### ################################################################################### ################################################################################# ###!###"####### °###±###²###Í###Î###Ï###ú###û###ü###ý###þ###ÿ####################ýýúýýýýýýýýýýýýýýý

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