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Defending
Lane slides


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On a signal, slide back and forth between the sides of the lane (or lines on the floor) in a defensive stance for 5-15 seconds.
 
Mike McNeill - as many times as possible in 15 seconds, rest 30-45 seconds.

Larry Shyatt - using a North American lane, slide back and forth for 30 seconds, with both feet outside on each side, make 10 trips (20 lane lines), 9 and a half for bigs.

Bob Hurley - slide across coming to a jump stop outside the lane, goal is 20 in a minute.

Lee Taft - Speed training - use all baskets,
a) lane slides at 100% effort for 5 seconds, outside foot crosses the line, recover for 40 seconds (shoot foul shots), do five sets
b) crossover step and run side to side for 6 seconds, both feet outside, 40-second recovery, 5 sets.
Compared with conditioning, the goal for speed training is short bursts (7-10 seconds) and longer recovery.
 
Taylor Allan
- start with 10 lateral two-foot line jumps, slide across and back, repeat, change sides and go again, repeat with one-foot line jumps, variations - start with hot feet or pogo jumps
- line-hop slides - start at the 3-point line above the baseline, do 10 two-foot line hops, slide to the opposite 3-point line, repeat 5 times (6 total slides).
 
Slide-sprint-jog - slide right 5-10 metres, sprint to the start, jog back for recovery, repeat sliding left, variation - carioca.
 
See Tryouts - Physical testing (shuttle run), also Dribbling - Wojo guard box (escape, crab and pullback dribbles).

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b)

Complete Conditioning for Basketball (Human Kinetics)

Facing the court, slide left, slide right back to the start, sprint to the foul line, slide left, slide right, backpedal to the start.

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c)

Complete Conditioning for Basketball

Go around four cones. From the foul line, sprint to the baseline, slide right, backpedal, slide left and touch a change of direction line.

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Then slide right, sprint baseline, slide left, backpedal through the starting point.

This can be a timed agility test starting on your first movement. Go twice, take the fastest time, start over on a foul (e.g., cutting a corner).

See Nash triangle slides, Conditioning - Baller Boot Camp agility.

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d)

NBA pre-draft agility test (timed)
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Start on the baseline, run up one side of the lane, slide across the foul line, backpedal down the other side, slide back to the start.

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