5 Great Passing Drills

by Kermit Davis
5 Great Passing Drills




Create team chemistry on and off the court. Reduce your turnover average, find spacing on the court by the extra pass. NBA champion Draymond Green said it best “ I feel like each possession is a battle and you never want to lose a battle”. Great efficiency in passing can increase your chances of winning every battle. 


A team that can pass the ball well is a team who can create opportunities for an easy basket or open shot. Getting the ball from player to player and moving it around the court is the quickest and most effective way to influence the game. The more passes that are made by the offense, the more challenging it becomes for the defense. It keeps the defense on the back foot, frustrated, and tired. Passing is one of the most basic and fundamental skills needed to play the game; however, it can become your greatest weapon. It is critical for a team to pass well, not only for themselves but the success of the team and organization.


Learn great passing drills that can take your team to the next level. Stop allowing easy points for the opposition because of turnovers or poor ball handling. Teams who can pass the ball well are teams that fans like to watch. Introducing Kermit Davis’s program..



In this course, Head Coach of Ole Miss Basketball Kermit Davis discusses 5 great passing drills he incorporates into his practices to improve the overall chemistry of the team on and off the court. Everything you need to make the most of your possessions and reduce your turnovers is right here!


Simply click the ‘Book This Course’ button at the top right of this page, place your order, and you’ll immediately be logged into the training with full access. You’ll hit the ground running and improving your passing game today!


The Coach

Kermit Davis is in his fourth season at the helm of Ole Miss Basketball. A nine-time conference coach of the year. Davis is 38th among active Division I head coaches with 454 career wins over 23 seasons, including stints at MT, Idaho and Texas A&M. In 26 seasons as a college basketball head coach, he has amassed 520 wins. Leading Middle Tennessee to conference championships and NCAA Tournament runs.


- Nine seasons of 24 or more wins as a head coach

- Nine-time conference coach of the year

- Winningest head coach in Middle Tennessee history

- Winningest head coach in Sun Belt conference history

- Youngest Division I head coach in the nation at Idaho at age 28


Ratings and Reviews (2)

Maurice Taylor

great content and instruction.

Sep 6, 22 03:36 PM


Loved the passing drills

Sep 8, 22 11:31 AM

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Course Info

Rating: (2)
Caterory: Basketball/Drills
Bookings: 22
Videos: 11