These diagrams represent principles presented by former Butler and current Ohio State Coach Chris Holtmann at the 2015 Basketball Caoches Association of Michigan coaches Clinic.
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My goal for all posts is not that you necessarily use the drill exactly as presented, but that it gives you some ideas on ways to make what you are doing more efficient and effective.
I hope you can make the drill even better by implementing your rules and teaching points.
2 v 1:
The drill begins with a Free Throw.
The ball is rebounded and then transition takes place 2 v 1.
Points are awarded on the value of the shot scored. Additional points can be given for other things such as offensive rebounds, etc.
3 v 2:
The drill continues when the defense obtains the ball through either a rebound or a basket.
Two players on the baseline add to the defense to make it 3 v 2 on the return trip of the floor.
Players should defend according to your conversion defense rules.
4 v 3:
Play continues when the defense obtain possession and two players add to make the transition 4 v 3.
This pattern continues to 5 v 4 and then finishes on the 5th trip of the floor 5 v 5.
The drill then resets and the opposing team starts with the free throw.
Scores are recorded for a final winner when the drill ends.