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You can use this drill to get some ideas for a way to create a similar routine into your practices or improvement season workouts. I like the idea of a timed competition to keep players focused. You can substitute your own finishing moves such as jump hooks, floaters, up and under, or anything that your players use to score in the lane.
A good time for college players is 8 minutes, but for high school it could be 9 minutes. The best way for you to determine the time is by running the drill with your squad a few times–especially if you make adjustments to adapt the drill to different shots.
Layup drills are 10 makes, jump shots require 8 minutes from each spot.
The drill is from Coach Mike Roberts, University of North Carolina Greensboro Assistant Mens Coach
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Chris Pavlik says
Really like the Spurs Secondary Hand-off action and this is a set we will incorporate into our offense.
Great warmup series! Do BOTH players make the jump shots from each side, or does one player make 8 from the left block and the other make 8 from the right block (hash, elbow)?
What is the answer to John’s question? I think “yes”
What if the time expires and they haven’t finished? Continue until finished with penalty? Try again next time? In other words – How do you work in the shots they didn’t get to attempt?