Consecutive shot drill increasing out and in
Make shots from different distances increasing the number of made shots at each spot before going to next distance. Start with four positions in the same direction or same angle from hoop. For example, make one from 10 feet, make two from 12 feet, make three from 14 feet, and make four from 16 feet. After making all these consecutively, start getting closer again, so continue: make five from 14 feet, make six from 12 feet, make seven from 10 feet. When made all consecutively, start again (from closest) with one shot, but add further position (about two feet out) at end (before turning around), such as (when you get to it) make make five from 16 feet, make six from 14 feet, and so on. If miss, go back to starting shot. As an alternative allow one miss from a position, but still make all the required shots at a position before moving on. Do this in a straight line from at least six angles (three on both sides of the hoop): 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. The complete set of six areas out to 20 feet would be a minimum of 984 made shots (assuming no misses). Without missing, for completing to 20 feet and back to ten for one series would be 55 shots. 164 shots minimum for one angle for increasing to 16, 18, and 20 feet). With multiple misses causing restarts, this could take thousands of shots and several days to complete.
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) |
Setup time: | 0 |
Minimum time: | 240 |
Skill level: | 10 |
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