1. 5 MIN: WARM-UP: DAILY DOZEN2. 7 MIN: BALLHANDLING: 2 BALL COACHING3. 12 MIN: SHOOTING: CUT SCORING4. 10 MIN: PERIMETER SERIES: KNOCK OFF DRIVING5. 7 MIN: COMPETITION: 3 CHAIR 3’S
NOTE: Xavier Individual Workouts are typically done with 2-3 players. Although most of these drills can be adapted to work in asingle player workout setting, some work best with multiple players. Free Throws are added in between each drill to make for a40 Minute Workout.
Player starts near sideline at half-court. Coach has choice to start each move from triplethreat or by 3 hard dribbles. Players in triple threat should be guarded by manager, slapping at ball.Player explodes going “body to body” and executes a finish. The player then goes to opposite sidelinenear half-court and waits until instructed to execute same drive and finish.The order of the finishes is the following:
• Reach-out lay-up• Two foot power lay-up• Pull-up bank shot near block• Stride stop, step thru• Down middle, cut off trailer (ball – outside hand)• Baseline corner, spin, reverse lay-up• Baseline corner, spin, baby hook
2 BALL COACHING:
Coach starts just above top of key. Drill is conducted for set amount of time (15, 20,25 seconds). Player starts head under rim dribbling 2 balls simultaneously in unison. Coach is emphasizing
to player to pound the dribble. Commands are left, right, back, forward all the while keeping the dribbles inunison. Player moves in direction coach demands as fast as he can.
Next rep (15, 20, 25 seconds) player uses alternate dribbles while following commands of coach.
Cutter needs to 1) Always cut hard 2) Use a set up cut by changing directions and speed3) Read the defensePin Down• Curl if chased (make defense chase by giving room early)• Jumper • Chase dribble finishes• Hot potato (pass to slipping post)
Fade to corner if short cutted