Free throws 10 drills
 1 Stan Jones FIBA Assist 28
10 drills to improve freethrow percentage.
Chuck Daly  use the freethrow line as an offensive weapon to increase scoring efficiency, foul trouble for the opponent, and make defensive transition less of a concern.
1) Individual drills
a) 100 in 7
Two balls, shooter, rebounder and passer at each basket, the shooter takes 100 shots (in about 7 minutes), using his normal routine for the first shot then with no dribbles after that, the passer holds a ball out on the shooting side. Keep track, e.g. go for personal best or team high score.
See Shooting  Olympic, Alternates. 
 2 b) 10 in a row
Use all available baskets, each player must make 10 in a row to finish practice, shoot until you make 10 (then you're done) or miss (rotate out until your next turn).
Option  after 10 in a row, let players continue shooting until they miss, record personal bests.
Rick Pitino  8 for posts, 12 for perimeter players.

 3 c) 3 or 2
Use available baskets (23 players are best), with rebounders in the lane spaces, shoot until you
 make 3 in a row  miss 2 in a row  miss the last shot the second time you have a chance to hit three in a row.
Unless you make 3 in a row, immediately do that day's physical conditioning exercise.
See Shooting  Streak, 2 miss and out.

 4 d) Backtip drill
With two offensive rebounders in place, the shooter works on having a missed shot come off in a certain area in the lane, then a rebounder taps the ball out to another area.
Option  add a player who moves to the backtip area for a shot. 
 5 e) Jordan drill
After shooting regular free throws, chart makes with eyes completely shut.
See Free throws  Eyes open, eyes shut. 
 6 f) 1on1 competitive
Two players at each basket, shoot until you miss, options
 first player to X points (normally 50), or  king of the hill, rotate baskets for a given length of time, the two players at the championship basket shoot for the right not to run that day when the clock runs down. (Variations)  most makes in a row 
 7 2) Team drills
a) 1and1's
Two teams, one at each basket, fill the lane spaces, a coach or manager is the referee who puts the ball in play, each player shoots a 1and1, rotate, the shooter immediately does the daily conditioner if he misses either shot. Shoot for time or a certain number of makes or makes in a row.
(Shoot two for FIBA rules) 
 8 b) 1and1's to 21
Two teams line up around the lane at a basket, alternate shooters, each player shoots a 1and1, first team to 21 wins, losers run.
(Shoot two for FIBA rules) 
 9 c) Streaks
Two teams, one at each basket, fill the lane lines,
 each player shoots two free throws, rotate left, nonshooters clap in unison the number of consecutive makes
 change ends, each player shoots one, rotate.
Shoot for time, the team with the most makes in a row wins, keep a record of the season high.
See Free throws  Consecutive. 
 10 d) 4minute drills
Put different times (under 4 minutes) and scores on the scoreboard (and team fouls), work on fouling when behind and making free throws when leading. 
