In the clip below UConn assistant coach Kimani Young talks about proper development of in-game shot situations and introduces his Wide Pindown Sprint Away drill.
Coach Young does a great job of talking you through the different options in this drill.
It’s a great drill to get a lot of reps and teach key points.
You can teach the player receiving the wide pindown when to curl to the elbow and when to bump and fade.
As Coach Young points out many coaches have the defender on the passer jump to the ball on the pass to help defend the wide pindown.
To counter that action it is important to teach the passer to sprint away after the pass.
In this drill both the player coming off the wide pindown and the passer sprinting away get a shot.
This clip was taken from a full presentation by Coach Young. For more information about how to gain access to that presentation click the following link: