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Positioning is the key for post players, yet too often inexperienced players look to receive a pass before they establish position against a defender.
This is one my favourite drills. 2 on 2 Tight helps develop the ability to finish, sealing up vs. a rotating defender, passing in tight spaces and rebounding in traffic.
Because of the physical nature of the game officials allow post players to bump into each other when they are near the basket. But it is the smart post player who knows how to take advantage of this contact.
Most coaches spend some time making passes into the post but how many have the posts pass the ball back out and then re-post.
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