Two on two on two
Three teams of two players each. Two teams start on defense on both sides of the full court. When a team scores, the same offensive team immediately gets ball back and fast breaks toward the other hoop. The defense they scored on stays on their half of the court and doesn't play defense until a team comes back toward the goal they are currently guarding. (They don't stop the fast break going away from them.) If defensive team gets the ball from rebound or steal or via offensive team's turnover they go to other half court on offense to score. The previous offensive team who lost ball stays there as new defenders to guard that hoop (and they don't play defense on team at that moment leaving them). As long as a team keeps scoring, they keep bing on offense, going back and forth between hoops. This is "Make it take it" but alternating against different defense and scoring on different hoop. Play to some set score like 15 points (by twos and threes). For fast breaks could play immediately off made shot without inbounding basketball. Also on check-ins at top (after foul or ball hit out of bounds), the offensive player can just score without inbound passing first. As long as defense gets possession of ball, new teams will be playing defense guarding different hoops. The same drill could be done with teams of 3, 4, or 5 players.
|Minimum number of people:||6|
|Minimum number of baskets:||2|
|Minimum number of balls:||1|
|Minimum court size:||full court|
2017-08-09 ID: 2002