Workouts typically cover dribbling, finishing, and shooting, which includes
- form shooting (see Keys to shooting)
- catch and shoot
- on the move - toward the basket (e.g. transition), laterally (e.g. around the horn), away from the basket (e.g. using screens)
- shots off the dribble
- live dribble - transition, primary moves (e.g. hesitation), secondary moves, ballscreens (e.g. Hanlen), freeze pull-ups
- one dribble - first step (triple threat), catch and go
- two dribbles
- stepbacks (e.g. extended, scissor)
- speed stop, speed-stop exchange, drag pullbacks, inverted drag, punch drag
- spin and shoot, half spin
- fadeaway (Dirk, Kobe)
- floaters, runners
- free throws
- shooting challenges, e.g. (solo)
Off-Season Workouts - Details has links to individual drills in the shooting, dribbling, finishing and post workouts. See Driveway Shooting for good shooting drills that can be done using restricted space, indoors or outdoors.
Good shooters can shoot for makes or makes in a row; others can shoot for takes or time. Use toss-outs in a solo workout for footwork - spin a pass off the floor, or in the air, or "shot pass" off the floor.
For PDF workouts, see
The off-season also lends itself to less-conventional drills, e.g. quick turns, ball-quick, and hop drills (see Keys to Shooting), explosiveness (see Guard drills, e.g. Taylor Allan kills and pulls), using chairs (e.g. chair drills, elbow pickups), and advanced moves and finishing (e.g. KP Series, Daily dozen).
See YouTube Drills for links to workout and drill videos, with descriptions and links to drills.
At-Home No-Hoop Training can be used to work on basketball skills and conditioning at home, without access to a hoop. Annotated links to many YouTube videos are included, with links to other videos.
Also see YouTube playlists - Drills.