Consecutive shot drill two
Two shots from increasing distances and when made consecutively start again (from closest) but add further shots at end. If miss, go back to starting shot. For example: do shooting in same direction or same angle; make two shots from ten feet, make two shots from 13 feet, make two shot from 15 feet, make two shots from 17 feet. If miss any shot, go back to the beginning. Must make two in a row before going to next farther distance.
Alternate: As an alternative, allow first miss at a position -- if miss one shot at that position, make two in a row there before going to farther distance, but if miss again (twice) at same spot, go back to beginning (so worst from a position is 2 out of 3 made). Another alternative is to only allow one miss from any distance, so if miss twice in the shooting direction, start from beginning. After complete last spot with two consecutive shots, go to start and increase positions by one - so add another two shots from farther distance (when you get to it). Do this in a straight line from at least six angles: parallel to baseline on both sides, start at around lane and go out at 45 degree angle, start in lane and go out around 80 degree angle near top of key (but not straight on). Do this on both sides of hoop.
|Minimum number of people:||1|
|Minimum number of baskets:||1|
|Minimum number of balls:||1|
|Minimum court size:||size of freethrow lane (12 feet x 15 feet)|
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