Here we demonstrate basic youth basketball passing drill in pairs for beginner basketball players aged 8 to 12 years.
Various points of emphasis are shared to help coaches work on improving their youth players’ passing and catching abilities in basketball.
As players become more confident with the pass types, you may then add a defender similar to ‘piggy in the middle’ who may try to defend the ball, making it harder for the passers to pass.
Be sure to check out our other FUN Basketball Games for kids’ playlist for the full versions and additional demonstration and ideas on how to modify the drills for more advanced players.
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