Two of J.J. Redick's shooting work-outs. See Shooting - Rick Torbett for more on his footwork.
a) Make 5
Make 5 shots from each of 15 spots, start with 15-foot shots on the baseline, move back to the college 3 then NBA 3, repeat at the wing, top, other wing, and other corner. Redick uses this drill the most.
b) On the move
His favourite, the goal is to make 10 before you miss 5, or go again. It's a good footwork and conditioning drill.
a) Starting from the sideline, sprint into the elbow, 1-2 stop (inside pivot), catch and shoot.
b) Sprint to halfcourt and back, catch in a 1-2 (left-right for a right-hander, it's a straight-on shot), shoot.
Rick Torbett - or jump stop.
4c) Sprint to the other sideline then into the elbow, catch 1-2 (inside pivot), shoot.
Continue by going back the other way, sprint to halfcourt and in, then the other sideline and in, etc.
(Progressions)Ray Lokar - Dunleavy drill - take game shots from game spots at game speed, with constant movement in between shots by touching a sideline or halfcourt.
- one-dribble pull-ups
- start from the baseline, cut to the wing, or simulate using a downscreen.
See Shooting - 5star on the move, Bill Self perimeter, Mike Procopio wing, Kevin O'Neill on the move.
See Shooting - Memphis sideline, 2-man conditioning, Tauer on the move.