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Basketball Tips for Success I hope that this helps you to review or learn new skills and concepts relating to playing better basketball! Mr. Colburn Rules.

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1 Basketball Tips for Success I hope that this helps you to review or learn new skills and concepts relating to playing better basketball! Mr. Colburn Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoring Lay Ups Shooting DefenseOffensive Strategy Dribbling Passing DrillsAdvice from Coach

2 Rules of the Game Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Positions Fouls Violations Typically played in two halves, each lasting minutes When a player is holding the ball he/she is allowed to move one foot to pivot Players in possession of the ball must dribble it in order to travel Defenders are now allowed to make contact with the offensive players Each player is allowed 5 fouls per game A team is allowed 7 fouls per half, for each foul committed afterwards then the opposing team shoots a 1 and 1 from the foul line (if the player makes the first shot he/she can take a second) The ball changes possession after each violation Players who are fouled during a shot are given two foul shots If a player is fouled while shooting and makes the basket, they are given the points and are given an additional foul shot

3 Player Positions Point Guard: Responsible for bringing the ball up the court and starting offensive plays Shooting Guard: Helps bring the ball up the court and is often a three-point shooter Small Forward: Plays on the wing and in the post position and is an important rebounder Power Forward: Plays in the down in the post position, responsible for getting a lot of the teams rebounds Center: Participates in the jump ball at the beginning of the game and plays down in the post position, typically the tallest member of the team and has to fight for the most rebounds Positions Fouls Violations Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

4 Fouls Foul: Any illegal contact made between a player and his/her opponent Hand Check: Defender has his/her hands on opponent when the offensive player is ahead of the defender Holding: Grabbing onto the arm or hand of an offensive player Blocking: Defender blocks offenders progress with his/her body without establishing his/her position first Offensive Foul: Offensive player runs into defender who has established his/her position Moving Screen: Player does not establish position before setting a pick for his/her teammate Positions Fouls Violations Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

5 Violations Violation: Minor offenses against the rules that are penalized by giving possession of the ball to the other team Traveling: Player with possession of the ball either takes too many steps or moves/switches his/her pivot foot Double Dribbling: Player with the ball stops dribbling then begins to dribble for a second time Three Seconds: Player spends more than 3 with at least one foot in the paint (Square created by the hoop, foul line, and the sides where players stand during a foul shot) PositionsFoulsViolations Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

6 Drills Mikan Drill5 Spot Shooting DrillZig Zags 3 Player WeaveScrambleBeat the Pro Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

7 The Mikan Drill For: Improving lay-up performance Using one basketball, perform a lay-up from the right side then from the left. Continue repeating for 30 seconds to a minute. Try to keep the ball up high, making your arm strong and allowing you to execute the lay-up more quickly Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill5 Spot Shooting DrillZig Zags 3 Player WeaveScrambleBeat the Pro

8 5 Spot Shooting Drill For: Improving shooting accuracy Select 5 Spots on the court to shoot from, start in close to the hoop (in the 3-5 foot range) Shoot from each spot until you make 2 shots in a row from that spot then rotate to the next spot To increase the challenge, either move the spots back, or increase the number of shots you have to make to move on Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill 5 Spot Shooting Drill Zig Zags 3 Player Weave ScrambleBeat the Pro

9 Zig Zags For: Improving dribbling skills and defending on the ball With a partner, practice dribbling up the court. One person plays defense and is working to force the dribbler to change directions The dribbler is following a zig zag pathway, making the defender work harder to beat him/her to the spot Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill5 Spot Shooting DrillZig Zags 3 Player WeaveScrambleBeat the Pro

10 Three-Player Weave For: Improving lead passes and fitness level Three players start on the baseline, one person by each side line and one under the hoop The player under the hoop passes to one side then follows the pass to cut behind their teammate The teammate receiving the ball passes to the third teammate then cuts behind him/her This pattern is repeated all the up the court When a player receives the ball around the elbow of the foul line, he/she dribbles in for a lay- up Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill 5 Spot Shooting Drill Zig Zags 3 Player Weave Scramble Beat the Pro

11 Scramble For: Improving offensive and defensive strategies With a partner, place a ball on the court and take a few steps away from it Decide who will be the offensive player and the defensive player When the start signal is given (a whistle, counting to 3, etc) the defender tries to keep the offensive player from getting the ball by boxing him/her out No fouling is allowed during this drill Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill5 Spot Shooting DrillZig Zags 3 Player WeaveScrambleBeat the Pro

12 For: Improving shooting accuracy and endurance Shooter starts by taking a foul shot then cuts to the elbow of the foul line waiting for the pass Their partner gets the rebound and passes the ball back to the shooter The shooter takes a jump shot and cuts to the opposite elbow, this is repeated until he/she gets either beats the pro or loses to the pro The shooter gets one point for every made shot, but loses a point for every shot missed, he/she starts off with 0 points Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Mikan Drill 5 Spot Shooting Drill Zig Zags 3 Player Weave Scramble Beat the Pro

13 Offensive Strategy Give and GoPick and Roll Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

14 Pick and Roll Player sets a pick on the ball and once their teammate dribbles past them, he/she opens with the ball to roll to the hoop Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Give and Go

15 Give-and-Go Player passes the ball to a teammate then cuts towards the hoop for the return pass Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Pick and Roll

16 Advice from Coach Go into a lay-up strong, using your body to protect the ball from the defender Take shots closer to the hoop to increase your field goal percentage On defense, beat the defender to the spot and establish position to create an offensive foul If your shots aren’t going in move in closer but keep shooing and they’ll start to go in for you. Always be confident in your ability to play Practice Practice Practice Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

17 Passing Lead Pass: Passes that are thrown to where the receiver will be Bounce Pass: Passes that bounce on between the passer and receiver Should come up to about the waist of the receiving player Used to get around the defense when attacking the hoop Chest Pass: Passes that travel in a flat line to the receiver Used to make quick, hard passes Overhead/skip Pass: Passes that travel in a high arc over/past one teammate and to another Used to make long passes Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

18 Lines on the Court Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

19 Scoring Players can score using lay-ups, jump shots, and foul shots 2 points are earned for making shots taken within the 3 point arc 3 points are awarded for made shots taken outside of the 3 point arc One point is earned for each made free-throw Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

20 Defense “Ready Position” Back straight Knees Bent Butt down Arms out Slide without crossing your feet Beat the offender to the spot Play defense with your feet not your hands Keep your eyes on opponents belly button Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

21 Dribbling Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

22 Lay Ups Inside foot take off Extend outside arm to shoot Lift outside leg “String” attaching your shooting hand to your outside foot Aim for the corer of the square Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Most Important Shot in Basketball! Highest percentage shot you can take

23 Shooting Ball on your finger tips, not in your palm Flick your Wrist B.E.E.F Balance – Strong base of support, feet about shoulder width apart Eyes – On the rim Elbows – Tucked in and in the shape of an “L” Follow-through – Arm extended with finger in the hoop Jump Stops Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

24 Shooting Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach

25 Jump Stops Land on two feet Used to get the body under control while transitioning from dribbling to a jump shot Allows for a better shot to be taken Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach Shooting

26 Resources Collvins, Lori. "Basketball Drills for Kids." Bella Online. Minerva Web Works, Web. 9 Mar "Three-ManWeave Basketball Drill." Better Basketball Coaching. Better Basketball Coaching, Web. 3 Mar Rules of the gameLines on the courtscoringLay UpsShootingDefenseOffensive StrategyDribblingPassingDrillsAdvice from Coach


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