This video is with Baylor’s Scott Drew making the traditional zig zag drill competitive by putting a time on it.
If the offense does not make it end to end in 8 seconds, the defense wins. If the offense does make it without losing the basketball, the defense wins.
Coach Drew also discusses a version of the drill where the defender must get a stop to get out of the drill.
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If you are interested in learning more about the DVD that this sample was taken from, click here: Scott Drew: Improving Performance with Competitive Practice Drills
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The video is 4 minutes long.