Calipari 4 on 4 shell
20 or 30 seconds with each group then switch. Coach out top pounds the ball on the floor, defenders slap the floor, coach passes to 1 or 4. Five defenders are guarding the ball (your man plus one).
Attackers pass the ball, including skip passes. The on-ball defender tries to deflect the pass, it makes you jump to the ball. Defenders move on the pass not the catch, the on-ball defender may be a little late.
See Defending - DeMatha shell, Australian closeouts (diagonals closeouts).
Guard-to-guard passing with weakside interchange on each pass. 1 passes to 4, X1 jumps to the ball, X4 closes out.
1 immediately makes a sprint cut, 2 replaces 1, X2 coming up (using the gap) has to get to the nail first and see ball and man (he can't face the ball), taking away a middle drive, can then recover to 2. Cover the nail.
If X4 has 4 under control, X2 can call "you got him" or X4 can call "I got him".
4 hesitates, takes one bounce to the midline, passes to 2, X2 closes out, X4 jumps to the ball.
The ball starts out top, when it gets passed to a wing, one attacker will drive middle and kick, then finish the swing to a wing, repeat coming back, continue. There should be multiple stunts on every drive.
Here if 2 drives and kicks the ball to 1, the ball will then be swung to 3.
Repeat coming back, an attacker at the guard spot can drive either way, then finish the swing, continue.
Here 3 passes to 4, who drives right (or left, or 4 could pass to 1 who drives right or left).
See Defending - Pitt 4 on 4 penetration, Fratello 3 on 3 drive and kick.