Give everyone a basketball, line everyone up behind the low block, and then get them to execute the following: a. Start with feet together. b. Take one step with their left foot (inside foot) c. Jump off the left foot and shoot a layup off the backboard. 2. Two-Step Layup. Next, let’s add a second step…
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There are two lines, a "shooting" line and a "rebounding" line. The drill starts with the first shooter dribbling in and shooting the lay-up, while the first rebounder rebounds and passes to the next shooter cutting toward the basket. The shooter goes to the rebounding line and the rebounder goes to the shooting line.
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Sideline - The boundary lines on each side of the court. Baseline - Also called the endline, the boundary lines at each end of the court. Court markings. Half-court line – Also called mid-court, the line that runs from sideline to sideline across the center of the court.
Basketball Lay-Up Lines Shooting Not strictly lay-up lines, as the shot type will not actually be a lay-up to begin with, but it is the same premise. The first in the 'shooting line' (red) will dribble in, and take a jumpshot from a specific mark. The first in the 'rebound line' (blue) will then run in
With beginners, you should use very simple drills to teach layups. The simple "layup line drill" that everyone has seen is a good example. Once players are comfortable making basic layups, you can progress to the interleaving and competitive drills below.
Setup. Set up four passers, with one at each elbow on both sides of the court. The rest of your players will form two lines, at opposite ends of the court, right where the right lane line and baseline meet. (see the diagram below) Each line has one ball.
Players practice performing a layup off 1 step, 2 steps, using one dribble, and then practice full-speed layups from the three-point line. Purpose: Developing great layup technique for all players. It’s important that players learn the basic technique before they use them in practice and games at game pace. Setup: All players need a basketball. One line of players starting on the block. Instructions:
It would count as three points. In any case, it would not matter how far you jumped but where in fact you started your jump beyond the line. This means as long as your foot is not on the line but beyond it would count as 3 points.