I saw this used in Romania a lot, so much that I had to draw it up. Simple drill starting with all the players in two rows from the corner. Player 1 dribbles to the half court, while Player 2 on the opposite side runs without the ball to the half court. Player 1 changes the dribble hand with a crossover you decide and attacks the basket. Player 1 goes for the layup and Player 2 goes for the ball. Player 2 then passes the ball to the next player in the opposite row. They then switch sides.
It’s basically the same drill just Player 1 passes the ball at halfcourt to Player 2. Player 2 then passes the ball back and tries to pass it so Player 1 doesn’t need to dribble to go for a layup. Player 2 rebounds the ball and passes to the next player in the opposite row. Both players switch sides.
- I am an international basketball coach, working around the globe spreading the love of basketball one country at a time. So far I worked in Serbia, China, and Romania, working as a youth and senior coach, creating camps, working individually with players preparing them for senior teams or USA college, and trying to work my way to the top. Currently working on getting my FIBA coaching license, while I am in possession of a Serbian Blue Coaching License and a Romanian "A" Coaching license.