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Viewing: Screening

Level: Foundational | Skill: Screening

Level: Foundational | Skill: Screening

  • Date:
    Oct 25, 2015

Here's a drill that your players can work on as a team.

  • Date:
    Oct 12, 2015

When coming off a screen, you don't need to be in a rush to make a play. Here's how to handle the situation.

  • Author:
    Rick Torbett, Better Basketball
  • Date:
    Sep 15, 2015

Here are five steps that will train your players to spot some of the screening opportunities within the flow of your offense.   Step 1: Start with the basics If you have a post player, try this simple 5-on-0 drill. Place four players on the perimeter running though Pass & Cut. Tell your...

  • Author:
    Rick Torbett, Better Basketball
  • Date:
    Sep 15, 2015

Here are five steps that will train your players to spot some of the screening opportunities within the flow of your offense.   Step 1: Start with the basics If you have a post player, try this simple 5-on-0 drill. Place four players on the perimeter running though Pass & Cut. Tell your...

  • Date:
    Aug 20, 2015

Youth players aren't the only ones who need to run drills in practice to get better. Here's a look at USA Basketball Men's National Team assistant coach Monty Williams putting the likes of Chris Paul and LaMarcus Aldridge through a screen drill at the Men's National Team minicamp on Aug. 11.

With the need for good screeners on the offensive end, this drill will help your players focus on the details that make a good screen.

Here are several examples of screens your teams can run.

If a defender is anticipating the screen, go ahead and head straight to the basket. Here are a couple of valuable ways to run the screen.

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