This fun youth basketball drill is called “Shooting Knockout”. A fun competitive free throw (or spot) basketball shooting game for kids.
We have plenty of other Fun basketball shooting games, be sure to check more out on the OzSwoosh YouTube Channel.
Basketball ‘Shooting Knockout’ Game
Basketball Skill Acquisition
- Free Throw Shooting
- Form Shooting
- Shot Technique
- Free Throw Routine
- Trust, Teamwork
- Shooting Range
Basketball Drill Purpose
Shooting Knockout is used to help improve free throw shooting skills or shooting range when played from different spots. Specifically, it helps teachers and coaches teach Free Throw routines and set shot techniques like BEEF. This is a good basketball drill for middle school aged children, but older players have fun with this Free Throw shooting drill too.
Basketball Equipment Needed
Minimum 5 players recommended
1 Basketball Ring (regulation height for age)
How To Play
With more advanced basketball kids, move players further away or to more challenging spots. With lesser numbers give players to lives or more before going to the baseline.
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