One-Step Layup. The first step is to start players on the low block. Since most players are right-handed, I recommend starting on the right block since this will be most comfortable for them. 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.
To practice the power layup, start on the right side of the rim. Take one step with your right foot, followed by a second step with your left foot to power up off both feet. Protect the ball with your left shoulder. Complete the layup with a bank off the backboard to finish the play.
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1. Technique Layups How the Drill Works: 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.
To do a lay-up, start by dribbling the ball and approaching the basket. When you’re close to the basket, take a step toward it with your right foot and then jump up as soon as your left foot comes down. Push off with your left foot and bring the ball to your chest.
In this video, you will learn three variations of the basic lay up to use depending on your game situation.To perfect the basic lay up technique, check out o...
Coming in from the left wing, you go under (beyond) the hoop and shoot a right-handed lay-up using the standard footwork for a right-handed lay-up (plant and jump off the left, inside foot, right leg comes up). This takes some practice. You have to learn to have an awareness of where you are under the basket.
Coach George Karl demonstrates the One-Two Step Lay-up No Ball/At Basket drill with his youth team. This drill highlights fundamental Layup skills. Teach cor...
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