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Dan Becker, Basketball Manitoba's Technical Director, shared a simple rule he has instituted to improve passing with his Gr. 4-6 basketball players.
This is a quick hitter the Canadian Women's National Team ran for a 3 pt. shot against both zone and man to man and is an extremely effective play if you have a good passing point guard.
To be an effective passer, players have to understand how to creates triangles with teammates so passing lanes can be opened.
Youth coaches can never take anything for granted when teaching their young players the basics of the game. One example is inbounding the ball, throughout the course of a basketball game the ball will be in-bounded frequently from both the baseline(s) and sideline(s).
When very young players (6-9 year olds) play any type of basketball game, from 2 on 1 to 5 on 5 (though 5 on 5 is not recommended for this age group), it soon becomes very evident that passing is a challenge for them.
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