Mark Cornelius all by Mark Cornelius
Coach Cornelius demonstrates some of the basketball warm up drills he has used to get his teams to their peak performance prior to a game. These basketball drills can also be used at practices to help develop skills your athletes need.
Two lines, a pass, a cut to the basket and a lay-up. A great way to get your athletes thinking about the game (Basketball Drills).
Everyone is moving as this basketball drill works on the back door cut with a bounce pass to the basket (Basketball Drills).
Also known as the "Princeton Drill", you'll be using 3 balls and everyone shoots, passes and rebounds (Basketball Drill).
Typically used in pre-game warm up for almost every game, this basketball drill adds a bit of competition to your warm-up series (Basketball Drill).
This basketball drill places emphasis on crisp, sharp passes and continues to work your team and get them ready to play (Basketball Drill).
Pass. Fade. Cut. Shoot. This basketball drill sharpens the skip pass (Basketball Drill).
This basketball drill uses the ticking clock to put some pressure on your shooters to make the shots like in a game situation (Basketball Drill).
Pass then fade to make the 3-point shot. This basketball drill is for each of your athletes to help them improve their percentages (Basketball Drill).
If they overplay the elbow, this basketball drill works on the cut to the basket for 2 (Basketball Drill).
This play takes 5 or 6 seconds and is a great way to get a basket near the end of a time period (Basketball).
If your play is countered, here's a counter-counter that will get your shooter in scoring position (Basketball).