*Pressure free throw shooting
*This drill can be done individually, in small groups, or as a total team.
EXECUTING THE DRILL
*For this example assume we are doing this drill individually.
*Coach sets up a game situation. "The score is 70-70, and it's late in the game."
*Player shoots ten free throws. Every free throw made equals 1 point for your team. Every free throw missed equals 2 points for the opposing team.
*After ten free throws you should want your team to have more points than your opponent.
*If this is done as a team, each player will shoot one free throw. Keep score the same way.
*If in small groups of 3 or 4, keep score the same way.
*To add more pressure the coach can designate the player(s) or team runs __ sprints if you lose they end up having a lower score than the opponent during the drill.