The BATTLE DRILL is a three person post player drill that focuses on scoring in the post. The drill also includes a game-like situation and promotes physical/aggressive play with the ball.
The drill starts with the coach starting on the right wing with a basketball. The offensive player starts on the left block, which is the opposite side as the ball. A defender guards the offensive post player. The third player starts on the baseline underneath the basket.
The offensive player must score twice before they are out.
The offensive player must cut across the lane and gain post position. The coach can dribble to get a better passing angle. The defensive player must play "live" defense. When the offensive player is open the coach will pass them the ball and they will attempt to score.
After the offensive player scores or the defensive player gets a rebound, the ball is passed back out to the coach. The defensive player steps off and the next player steps in to play defense on the same offensive player and the drill is repeated. The defensive players keep rotating after each possession until offensive player scores twice.
The offensive player is finished with their rep when they score twice. Having a fresh defensive player defend each possession forces the offensive player to keep a focus while they are getting tired.