(Rental)-Team & Individual Drills For The Princeton Style Offense
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- Make sure you are more precise with your passes
- Enhance your catch and shoot technique
- Encourage your players to make better game decisions
Prepare your players for every situation that may arise during a game.
Chris Mooney shows how to organize a practice that includes drills for improving team shooting, passing and ball handling skills. This video is ideal for coaches who want to improve their team's skills but have limited time to do individual drills.
Coach Mooney starts with a quick warm-up that involves full-court dribble moves and lay-ups, as well as star passing. Mooney's version of the star-passing drill emphasizes spacing and hard cuts. He also encourages catches and catches, as players engage in bounce, over-head and chest passes.
Mooney guides players through pass-and-cut lay-ups as well as driving lay-ups. Next, Coach Mooney demonstrates the three-line running drill. This requires total concentration as players sprint up and down the court to pass, catch, and score.
Mooney continues the skill work with two additional shooting drills. Standing still 3's require players to shoot from specific spots on the floor while standing still. Mooney sets an 80-point goal in his 2-line shooting drills. These drills require three basketballs and two lines of players. Shots are taken from different locations on the floor. Mooney ends the video with 2-on-2 and 3-on-3 drills. These require players to create screens, slip screens, and communicate while they are not moving.
Coach Mooney is a disciple of Princeton Offense and was a four-year starter under Hall of Fame coach Pete Carril at Princeton. These drills will make your players more efficient with the little time they have.
72 minutes. 2009.