NBA Draft Combine 3 Man Weave Scoring Drill

NBA Draft Combine 3 Man Weave Scoring Drill by Wes Kosel

Here is a 3 man weave scoring drill from the NBA Draft Combine. This drill is great for practicing game-like shots at full speed. The drill uses 3 players at a time. Player 1 starts with the ball under the basket and players 2 and 3 start in the outside lanes. It starts with 1 passing to 2 up the floor and 1 running behind 2. Player 2 dribbles up the middle of the floor as 3 runs the left lane and 1 runs the right lane. 2 drives to the left elbow at full speed and kicks the ball out to 3. 3 shot fakes then drives to the middle of the lane. 3 passes out to 1 on the right wing. 1 then drives to the basket and shoots a lay-up or floater. The 2 coaches then step onto the floor and pass to 3 and 2 who take shots on the wing. 3 and 2 rebound their own shots and pass back to the coaches. 1 rebounds his lay-up and takes the ball back to the other side of the floor. Once 2 and 3 take their shots, the next group of players start on the opposite side of the floor. Once each player has gone, change the direction of the drill with a pass to the left to start.

Drill Emphasis:

  • Game like shots at full speed
  • Penetration Angles
    • Top of the key to the elbow
    • Wing to the lane
    • Wing to the basket
  • Penetrate & Pitch Passing
  • Shot Fake
  • Lay-ups
    • Straight
    • Reverse
    • Euro
  • Floaters
  • Shooting on the Wing
    • 1-2 Step
    • Jump
    • Shot Fake 1 Dribble

This drill can also be good for your post players who need practice running the floor and playing on the perimeter.

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Click here to download the PDF! NBA Draft Combine 3 Man Weave Scoring Drill

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