Everything we do has to transfer to games...there's no pogo stick drill.
Layups are still layups, but 'traditional layup lines' begone.
1. Warmup with 'one more' (Kevin Eastman)
2. Shot fake, pass and cut
After initial pass, wing cuts and gets give-and-go pass from coach
3. "Zone offense" simulator (above)...pass to wing, wing to corner, pass to cutter for layup and post rolls to receive pass for short bank shot. Wing cuts through completely.
4. UCONN Layups (pick-and-roll)
Alternating sides keeps everyone moving. Use multiple baskets if available. Can have pass to roller or drive by PnR ballhandler.
5. Reverse pivot, attack (above). "Back pivot, back leads."
6. Arik Shivek pass-and-cut drill (below)
3 lines everyone shoots. 1 gets a layup, 3 takes a midrange jump shot, 2 attacks the closeout from 1 after the layup.
7. Tufts reverse layup (another good warmup drill)
We need to improve everything, including practice.