Competitive Team Shooting Drillsby Alaura Sharp
It's important for coaches to switch things up when running a practice. Things can get redundant and ultimately it can become a bit boring. Adding a competitive twist to practice can really elevate the team morale and create excitement.
Coaches are able to Incorporate competitive shooting drills into their practices to strengthen shooting, rebounding and conditioning. That's exactly what coach Aluara Sharp has done. Putting together shooting drills have allowed the team to go up against themselves. An exercise like Post war, commonly used by coach Sharp. One player inbounds the ball with one post player in the paint, the team must pass to all players before getting in the post. This helps to improve communication, passing, conditioning and post shooting.
Learn how to Implement competitive shooting drills into your practice plan to bring out the best out of your team. Individually and as a unit. Their improvement from these drills will translate onto the court and boost their confidence in their ability to shoot the ball. You’ll be able to pick the brain of a coach who's been able to turn a program around with their ability to change team dynamics. “How you do anything, should be how you do everything”
**Competitive shooting drills training**
In this course, Alaura Sharp discusses the shooting drills she uses to give her players a competitive edge. She breaks down each drill, an easy way to incorporate and how it helps your players confidence. Learn another way to have competitive practices with your players!
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Alaura Sharp is the Womens Basketball Coach at Presbyterian College. Alaura Sharp became the eighth head coach in the history of the Presbyterian College women's basketball program on April 24, 2018. She recently concluded her third season with the Blue Hose in 2020-21. PC finished fifth in the regular season standings and earned a first-round bye in the Big South Conference Championship for the first time since 2017-18. The 2019-20 team increased its win total by five games and advanced to the Big South Championship quarterfinal round for the second time under Sharp's leadership. Prior to PC, Sharp spent two seasons as an assistant coach and recruiting coordinator for a Louisiana Tech program that posted 19 wins in 2017-18 and finished tied for third in the Conference USA standings.
Prior to her time in Hattiesburg, Sharp spent four years as the head coach at Garden City Community College. There, she turned the Lady Busters program into a top contender each year in the tough Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference and Region VI. While at GCCC, Sharp guided the Lady Busters to their best record in school history at 29-4 in 2012-13 and a No. 13 ranking in the NJCAA Polls.