Dribble Weave Jumpers
Part 1: #1 receives the pass from the Dish basketball exercise machine. On the catch, #1 drives at #2 on the wing and executes a dribble hand-off. #2 receives the pass from #1, takes a good hard dribble, squares up to the basket, and shoots the ball.
Part 2: The Dish now sends another pass out to the corner and #2 is waiting to catch the ball just as he/she concluded shooting in the previous diagram. #2 will now catch and execute a dribble weave hand-off with #1. #1 will catch the ball, square up and shoot.
Part 3: The Dish will now rotate to the wing spot and send a pass to #2. On the catch, #2 will attack the top of the key area and execute a dribble, weave, hand-off with #3. #3 will receive the ball, take a hard dribble, square himself/herself to the basket and shoot.
Part 4: The Dish will now send another pass to the wing area where #3 is ready to catch and drive the ball towards the top of the key. #2 is waiting to recieve the dribble hand-off. #2 takes the ball, dribbles once, squares to the basket and shoots.
Part 5: The Dish now rotates to the top and will deliver two quick passes in this location, just as it did in the first two locations. Here #3 is ready to catch the ball and drive in the other direction towards #2. #2 takes the hand-off and shoots the ball.
Part 6: The Dish sends a second pass to the top where #2 is waiting this time to catch and attack the wing player #3 for the dribble hand-off. #3 steps over the hand-off, takes the ball, dribbles once, squares and shoots the ball. The Dish will now rotate back to the wing making two passes and continue the drill.
Posted on Fri, February 21, 2014