Set up 2 cones in a straight line. In this example, they are set in the middle of the floor, but they could be anywhere as long as they are in a straight line with the front of the rim. They should be close enough to present a challenge while dribbling through them but far enough apart to allow for the change dribble.
Also in the video example, there is a third cone to the left. This is there to prevent excess lateral movement after the second change.
Shooter starts at, or near, mid-court.
Shooter drives the ball at the top cone, makes one change and then a second change at the second cone.
The second change dribble leads the shooter directly into his shot.
Care should be taken that proper footwork is used to facilitate the change of direct whle mataining balance for the shot.