(Rental)-Marisa Moseley's Favorite Basketball Drills

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    In this video, Wisconsin head women's basketball coach Marisa Moseley shares her preferred practice drills. Coach Moseley goes through a variety of drills that she uses in warm-ups and throughout her practices, explaining what she's looking for in each drill, when she uses the drill in practice, and what purpose the drill serves.

    The video begins with Coach Moseley discussing warm-up drills that are used as part of her daily practice routine. She explains how the skills used in these drills will translate to game situations and has different options and variations of the drills based on her team's focus for that day or practice. She also places emphasis on transitions from drill to drill as it sets the foundation for skills needed to master the game of basketball. Examples of these drills include Two Lines (layups), Three Lines (layups), Box (bank shots & box outs), Long and Short (transition), Suns Drill (passing, cutting) among others.

    Later in the video, Coach Moseley introduces passing and competitive shooting drills that her teams use for offensive breakdowns to simulate different actions that they use during a game. These drills are competitive in nature and goals are set to add intensity and urgency. She emphasizes communication and teamwork within her drills in order to provide her players with areas of focus as they improve their skills.

    This video is a great resource for coaches of all levels looking to add drills to their practices that will further their players' skill development. Coach Moseley does a great job introducing and describing each drill in an easy and understandable way. The video is 48 minutes long and is available in 2021.

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