This toughness shooting drill is among the resources for both coaches and player available from basketballhq. They have several more videos as well as basketball coaching resource articles.
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The Coach in the video is Ryan Panone, one of the co-founders of Basketball HQ. He credits Andy Enfield as the Coach he got the drill from.
The video was shot when Andy Enfield coached at Florida Gulf Coast. He has since moved on to USC.
Any drill you pick up from another program or coach has to be modified to fit your needs. My philosophy behind the post is to get you thinking about ways to improve the drills that you use.
Players can compete against themselves or against a teammate. The goal is to get in the high 40s of makes in 5 minutes. In the drill, the players only go for 3 minutes so that are not close to that. You will need to adjust your standards and the types of shots you shoot in the drill. You might want to start at 3 minutes and work your way up to 5.
If you run the drill for 5 minutes, there certainly is an aspect of toughness required.
These types of toughness shooting drills are good at working on shooting when fatigued, getting shots off quickly as players must do in a game, and maintaining fundamentals and proper shooting form.