I use ball tees to eliminate the passing variable. This allows for more shots and greater efficiency.
Set up with a ball tee (chair, cone, anything that can hold a ball) near the elbow.
The shooter is on the sideline, a ball placer is near the ball tee and a rebounder.
There should be a ball on the tee and the ball place has a ball.
|Shooter sprints to the tee and scoops the ball|
|After scooping the ball, shooter takes his shot.|
|Shooter returns to the sideline for his next shot. Ball place places the 2nd ball on tee for the next rep and the rebounder rebounds the shot and asses the ball to the ball placer.|
|For the next progression, shoot sprints from the sideline and grabs theball from the tee.|
|Shooter then rips to the outside, puts the ball on the floor for a 1 dribble jump shot.|
For the next progression, we set up a cone about 4 3 feet from the ball tee.
The shooter sprints from the sideline, grabs theball. He then rips to the outside and puts the ball on the floor. He then makes a second dribble change dribble, inside the cone, for a jump shot.