Basketball Drills: Tiger Passing

This competitive scoring drill came from the FastModel Sports Basketball Plays and Drills Library.

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This drill was contributed by Coach Lason Perkins. He has worked at the high school, college, and semi-pro level for over 20 years.

He has also created over 20 instructional DVDs and 5 books on basketball offenses.

He has built a reputation for being an expert on international offenses and styles of play.

Tiger Passing is a drill that can be used to work on passing, cutting, and being strong with the basketball.

For teams that like to run Open Post offense, it also works on the offensive concepts.

If the setup for the drill does not fit your needs, tweak the version you run so that it does.





Line in each corner, cones are coaches/managers with blocking pads. to pressure receivers: Pass and cut, catch and face, cut to the rim.









Cutter must sprint to fill the 5 spots (corner, wing, top). Basket cut must be made all the way to the rim.









First player in line steps onto the court when the corner spot opens.










Can run for designated number of passes or for time. Also works as a conditioner.

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