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Teaching a Chest Pass

The Chest Pass forms one of the most utilised skills in basketball. For many players a chest pass will be one of the first skills they practice (even if they do not know what a chest pass is). Passing can have many different variations of the skill. However the chest and overhead pass tend to be the most readily used initially by new players especially because they care common skills associated with a wide range of different sports and activities.

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Platteville Passing Drill

The Platteville Passing Drill is a base activity for an initial warm-up or initial skill development focus around passing and receiving. The Platteville Passing Drill focuses on some key instruction points that are at the core of good technique and effort based success when passing in basketball. The drills focus lies in the technique around individual offense such as triple threat stance,

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Push Pull Passing Drill

The Push Pull Passing Drill is a really nice simple activity which helps players with their passing and conditioning. Many passing drills are often so structured they are little value outside of the fundamental performance of the technique. The Push Pull Passing Drill is different though, it asks players to perform the pass on the move and at pace.

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Four Corner Passing Drill

Choosing suitable drills for junior teams is always a challenging task, but the Four Corner Passing Drill is one of a few drills which add some much needed value to the myriad amount of drills currently available to a coaches. The problem for coaches when faced with selecting drills to incorporate into their ‘bag of tricks’ is ensuring drills fulfil not only one purpose,

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