There are 2 Camps in 1
Camp 1: "REGULAR"
OPEN TO YOUNGER PLAYERS
8 Yrs to 12
Boys & Girls
Beginners & Intermediate Level
NO NATIONAL LEAGUE
Camp 2: "ELITE"
OPEN TO NBL PLAYERS and THOSE TRYING OUT to NBL TEAMS
12 - 18 Yrs
Boys & Girls
Intermediate & Advance Level
CHENEY SCHOOL, CHANEY LANE, OXFORD, OX3 7QH
Regular Camp: 9.30am to 1pm 25, 26 & 27 July - 28th GAME SHOWCASE
Elite Camp: 1.30pm to 6pm 25, 26 & 27 July - 28th GAME SHOWCASE
Sunday 28th July: GAME SHOWCASE
Full Games to be played for Campers to display all they have learned over the week.
Parents, Friends & Family welcome.
1-Day: £30 includes Camp TShirt
2-Days: £55 includes Camp TShirt
3-Days: £90 includes Camp Game Jersey & 2 x TShirt
4-Days: £115 includes Camp Game Jersey & 2 x TShirt - Showcase Game
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1-4 Offensive - Backdoor Series
This is a great way of taking teams that are quicker than your team and like playing high or denying the Pass. The Backdoor series can use their strength and turn it into their weakness.
Creator: Franky Marulanda
1-4 Offensive Play vs Man D
1-4 Offensive Series vs Man-2-Man
Please feel free to distribute to your players within Oxford HOOPS Basketball Club.
Creator: Hubbie Brown
1-4 Offensive Play vs Zone
Feel free to download, print and distribute this within Oxford HOOPS Basketball Club.
The original play was created by: Hubbie Brown
Amended and styled by: Franky Marulanda
Property of: Oxford HOOPS Basketball Club
1-4 Offensive Play vs Zone (Powerpoint)
A Full Powerpoint Presentation of the 1-4 Offensive series, see the movement.
For COACHES ONLY.
Property of Oxford HOOPS Basketball Club
2-BALL - CHAUNCY BILLUPS DRILL
This is a great drill used regularly by Chauncy Billups ... It combines 2-Ball dribbling with shooting.
BRILLO - Drills that Make the Play
BRILLO ... a great play to help players play as a Team, it includes cuts to the hoops, give & go, screens and shots. It has it all.
It works against Man or Zone ... but it requires timing.
Great for begginers & rookie teams.
The Drills in this file are designed to teach Brillo.
Created by: Peter Egawhary & Franky Marulanda
LAY UP & SHOOTERS DRILL
A Great Drill that improves both shooting and lay-ups.
SHOOTING DRILLS (Word Doc)
Just simple but effective shooting drills.
Baseline Plays 1
Sideline Play - Magic
Sideline Play - SPURS
Sideline Play - SUNS
SHOOTING THE PERFECT FREE THROW
Shooting The Perfect Free Throw
by Jonathon Hardcastle
The free throw is quite the important part of basketball, showing a basic level of finesse and skill in the player making the shot. Proper free throw shots can make or break a basketball game, and improving free throw percentage is a must for anyone who takes their basketball skills seriously. In this article, we'll address some of the features of good free throw shooting and help you to find your perfect shot.
Consistency is the key to getting a good free throw percentage. The term 'consistency' does not mean that you consistently make baskets, but instead refers to the form that you use when you're setting up for your shot. The more discipline that you have in your set-up, the more likely you are to sink your free throws shot after shot. While every player sets up their free throw shot differently, it's important to observe your form carefully to note exactly what moves your body makes when you set up for your free throw. Every aspect of the shot needs to be considered, with little left to the imagination. National Basketball Association pros recommend that you get your form consistent in every aspect, right down to the timing of your breathing before taking a shot. Free throws are a mental aspect to the game just as much as they are a physical aspect; your state of mind can greatly affect how well you take your shot. It's important to take a second to cool down before you take the shot, ensuring that your mind is in a comfortable place.
When it comes to physically honing in on your shot, most coaches recommend that you take 10 to 12 shots in a row. This way, you can develop a good rhythm to your shot. After you take a shot, step away from the line so that you can step back onto it, confirming that you are setting up the same way every time. It's also important to practice the shot on several different baskets; playing on different courts, and focusing on different background distractions can alter your form, causing shooting issues. A good free throw technique should consist of the following: stepping to the line, bouncing the ball (if its helpful to your shot), taking the ball to the basic position, getting into a proper stance, concentrating on the target, timing the shot properly with the movement of your body, and finally, following through. All of these parts of the shot should be isolated and practiced to ensure that your on-court free throws will follow the same choreography.
About the Author
Jonathon Hardcastle writes articles on many topics including Sports, Games, and Recreation