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Baseline out of bounds Set plays vs. Man Set plays vs. Zone Short shot clock vs. man Short shot clock vs. Zone
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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.
Mike Maker, from NCAA Div. 3, Williams College, has led his team to two consecutives D-III Final 4 appearances. He uses this footwork drill to help develop the skills of starting, stopping and passing the ball.
Here is a good warm-up drill from Canada Basketball's Technical Director, Renato Pasquali. The drill incorporates running, passing, catching, lay-ups and, later, decision-making.
Here is a great series warm-up passing drills. Each of these drills can be done for about 30-60 seconds and will help improve hand-eye coordination, ball-handling, dexterity, and confidence.
The Japanese Women's National used this drill in their pre-game warm-up. It is a great passing drill that can be used by teams at all levels as either a warm-up drill, or by youth teams, as a valuable passing drill.
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