This drill is among the thousands of resources for both coaches and player available from basketballhq. They have several more videos as well as basketball coaching resource articles.
The drill is with Kevin Sutton, Assistant Mens Coach at Rhode Island. At the time the video was made, he was an assistant at Georgetown.
You might not want to do the drill exactly as it is laid out in the video, but the idea behind the posts I make is to get you thinking about creating a multiple effort drill that will benefit your players in the “Improvement Season” (April through September). For example, you could use pads on the layup to simulate finishing through contact or could specify a specific type of finishing move other than a straight layup.
The key is to make it fit what your players need to be able to do within your system.
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