3-on-3 Full Court Basketball Drill

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4th of july

3-on-3 full court – 4th of july special

Written By Lamar Hull @ Google+

 

3 on 3 full court basketball drill

 

 

 

 

 

 

Emphasis:

  • The more teams of 3 that you have for this fun full court basketball drill the better
  • Try to make the teams evenly matched
  • The offense should work on spacing, cutting, moving the basketball, moving without the basketball, getting open, and screening to force the defense to adjust
  • Offensive players shouldn’t try to overuse the dribble and utilize their teammates
  • The defense will need to work on talking, finishing their defense, closing out, boxing out, and rebounding
  • Emphasize the importance of the defense staying in front of the basketball
  • Make the 3-on-3 full court basketball drill fun and competitive
  • The drill can go for a time limit or a certain amount of points
  • This full court drill will be fast paced and players should push to fight through fatigue (continue to focus on fundamentals)

 

 

3 on 3 full court basketball drill

Instruction:

  • Divide players in to teams of 3 (ex. 5 teams of 3 – you have team 1, team 2, team 3, team 4, and team 5)
  • Have team 1 set up on offense waiting to attack the other end of the court
  • Have team 2 match up with team 1 on defense 
  • The coach throws the ball in from the baseline and team 1 attacks team 2 by trying to score at the basket on the other end of the court
  • The other groups of 3 (team 3, 4, and 5) will wait on the baseline
  • (Scenario 1) If team 1 scores on the other end, they get their rebound and will go back down the court to try and score on the next group of 3 (team 3) that’s waiting to play defense. Team 2 awaits on the other end, prepping to play defense.
  • (Scenario 2) If team 2 stops team 1 and gets the rebound, team 2 takes their rebound and attacks the other end of the court looking to score on team 3. Team 1 awaits on the other end, prepping to play defense. 
  • In either scenario, if team 1 or 2 is attacking team 3, the same thing happens. If team 1 or 2 scores on team 3 they get their rebound and will attack the other end of the court. 

  • In any attack, if the offensive team shoots, misses, and gets their own rebound, they will continue to try and score. If there is a defensive rebound, that team attacks the other end.

  • Whatever team that doesn’t score or get a defensive rebound, they have to stay and wait until the next offensive team attacks them

 

 

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