You can see them in our basketball videos section.
The purpose of this drill is technique, not game pace. So, all shots (including the in close shots) are shots, not layups.
You can do a similar drill to this one (at game pace) called 3-2-1 where you shoot a 3 point shot, then catch beyond the arc, shot fake and shoot a one dribble pull up 2 point shot, then catch beyond the arc, shot fake one dribble, then a dribble move and finish at the basket for 1 point if made. You repeat those 3 shots for all of the angles that are used in this 50 point game.
The game involves 29 shots. The shots should be taken in the order that the spots are diagrammed at the left.
For variety, the numbers can be mirrored on the floor so that the right side is where the first shots are taken from. If there is a rebounder, the shooter shoots and then jogs to the next spot. If there is no rebounder, the shooter can jog to get his/her rebound and proceed to the next spot.
Shots 1, 4, 7, 10, 13, 16, and 19-32 are 1 point
Shots 2, 5, 8, 11, 14, and 17 are worth 2 points
Shots 3, 6, 9, 12, 15, and 18 are worth 3 points
You must choose your level before the 20 game workout starts. To win you must tie or beat the score for your chosen level:
Middle School: 30
Junior Varsity 32
Championship Varsity: 36