July 2, 2010, Newsletter Issue #456: Passing the Ball to a Cutter from Midcourt

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This drill for passing the ball to a cutter from midcourt is done with two or more players. The passer sets up three yards to the left of the basket. The receiver sets up on the left sideline halfway to midcourt. Once the receiver makes eye contact with the passer, the receiver runs to midcourt and cuts inside to the center of the court. The passer throws the pass so that the receiver and the ball meet two yards after the cut inward is made. After catching the pass, the receiver dribbles back to the passing line down the right sideline. The passer moves to the receiving line. Practice this drill for six minutes and move the drill to the right side of the court.

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