1. Dribble Tag: While dribbling the basketball, and without double-dribbling or traveling, players must tag other players. Once other players have been “tagged”, they are out of the game. All players can have a basketball in this game or just the players who are “it.”
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"Dribble Keep-away": Give each partner a basketball. Both players dribble at the same time while trying to knock the basketball away from their partner. Players must keep dribbling at all times. "Beanbag Toss": Distribute a beanbag to each student. While dribbling the basketball, toss a beanbag from right hand to left hand.
Kills – Right Hand. This drill involves dribbling from ankle to shoulder height. Start by dribbling the ball at your ankles and gradually dribbling the ball higher on each bounce. When you get to as high as you can ‘kill’ the basketball by stopping it a few inches off the ground and dribbling back up to your shoulder.
The players have more flexibility in a game when they can comfortably dribbling with either hand. Have the players dribble a ball in each hand. Start by dribbling both balls in unison, then have them switch so they are alternating bounces with the balls hitting the ground at opposite times. Repeat the drill with the players moving down the court.
for dribbling in one area and chairs set up in another area for Musical Slides. Split the team into small groups and explain how each station works before letting them have at it. When 4 minutes expires, the whistle goes off and the kids rotate clockwise to the next station. If you
Similar to dribble knockout except players aren’t allowed to hit the basketball of the other players away. Instead, the aim of the drills is to navigate through and dodge all the other players using dribbling moves and by being creative with the dribble. Setup: All players have a basketball and are in a small space determined by the coach.
Basketball Dribbling Cues Assessment. At the end of the unit I give my 2nd graders a verbal quiz to see if they know the 3 cues for a basketball dribble, this is one of our common report card assessments for 2nd grade (details on how I do grades here).
8 Minutes - Running your offense with no defense. 8 Minutes - Running your offense against live defenders. If you have a more advanced team that is in the 7th or 8th grade, you could spend up to 70% to 90% of your practice drills against live defenders.
This is a treasure hunt dribbling game. Lots of fun for the kids and they get a lot of individual dribbling practice. Students work at their own pace and c...