A range of skills & drills that can be used when coaching "Mini Ball" athletes (aged 4-7). A resource for entry-level junior basketball coaches.
1. Game-drill exploring basketball court (side-lines, end-lines, circles), walking, running, jumping, dribbling along the lines. This can progress to a game of “Pac Man”, where some players are designated as taggers and try to tag other players – all players can only run along lines on the court. 2.
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This is a list of helpful tips on how to dribble the ball correctly: a. Use finger pads. b. The ball should bounce to waist height. c. Keep the ball to your side. d. Keep your eyes up on the court. For all of the dribbling drills, you need a small basketball and cones.
It’s important for all coaches to use proven basketball drills that will improve their players. Below I've listed 27 drills and games, and described them in full detail including how the drills works, the purpose, how to set it up, instructions, variations, and coaching points. You'll find 50+ more basketball drills in the links under each ...
A fun, fast-paced basketball drill for kids - works on shooting free throws under pressure and high-speed ballhandling. Setup. Divide the team into two groups, and have them form two lines - the shooting team at the free throw line with two balls, and the dribbling team where the sideline meets baseline, each with their own ball.
Here are a few fun dribbling drills that are good for beginners: 3 Fun Drills: Pirate Dribbling, Mr Fox, and Coin Drops. Competitive Cone Touch Dribbling. Fun Dribbling Drills for All Ages. Basketball should be fun. By making the drills fun, players are motivated, improve, and look forward to practice.