Catch and Shoot Basketball Drill
September 12, 2011
NBA sharpshooter J.J. Redick demonstrates the Catch and Shoot drill. Learn how to incorporate this drill into your basketball practices.
About the Video
NBA sharpshooter J.J. Redick demonstrates the Catch and Shoot drill that prepares basketball players for the floppy, thumb-up or fist play. Watch Redick demonstrate the Catch and Shoot drill to learn how to incorporate this drill into your athlete's skill development program.
To improve your athlete's shooting technique and accuracy when quickly transitioning from a catch to a shot. To improve shooting when running to different areas of the key in a drill design to mimic commonly executed game plays.
- Have athlete return to start position after every shot
- Position partner 1 on block, who will act as screener
- Position partner 2 at top of key behind three-point line, who will act as passer
- Have athlete catch and immediately shoot ball with proper technique
- Have athlete shoot five shots from different positions around the key
- Ensure athlete performs shots on opposite side
Make all five shots, then perform to opposite side; repeat as desired