As we continue to countdown to the Pure Sweat Basketball Clinic that is just 11 days away in St. Louis, Missouri, here is another great drill from Drew Hanlen himself.
Set Up: Two ball handlers will start with balls near the 28-foot marks in adjacent corners. Two passers will start in adjacent corners opposite of the ball handlers. Two defenders will start inside of each lane on both ends of the floor. All of the additional players will start in lines behind the passers.
Step 1: Ball handlers will pass their balls ahead to the passer in front of them on the opposite end of the court, and then sprint to the elbow or three-point line, depending on their shooting range. The passers will pass the balls back to the original ball handlers once they get to their shooting range for a jump shot.
Step 2: On the flight of the shot, the passer will crash the glass, while the defender in the lane will sprint and box out the crashing passer. Both players will pursue the rebound until one player secures the ball.
Step 3: Whoever secures the rebound will dribble outside of the three-point line then pass the ball ahead to the passer in front of them on the opposite end of the court, and then sprint to their range for a jump shot, while the player that did not get the rebound will stay in the lane as the next defender. The shooter will rotate to the back of the passing line that they received the ball from.