Being a great shooter requires you to have good footwork. This basketball shooting drill is all about working on footwork and being able to shoot the ball out of the triple threat. A lot of players will shoot the ball and fade back or wont get all the way squared up. These types of things lower your shooting percentage. The box drill will help solve some of those problems with enough practice.
Directions: You are going to do two moves out of each pivot and in this order; left foot reverse, right foot reverse, left foot forward, and right foot forward. Start on the left block facing the free throw line. Spin the ball out to the elbow, run up, jump stop, and grab the ball with both hands. Pivot, face up, and then shoot the ball. Get your rebound and then go to the other lane line and spin the ball out to the elbow. Make your move, get the ball, and then go to the left block and start the next pivot move. You are going to do 8 total moves and you can vary your finishes at the basket. Use athletic finish, pro hop, Rondo fake, shot fake, spin move, etc.