Players split up into two lines, one on each goal post, 6 meters from the goal. The first player does two or three fakes and then passes the ball to the player in the front of the other line. This player catches the ball and fakes while the first player moves and repositions himself. The ball is then passed back to the first player who catches and shoots quickly. After you shoot you move to the end of the opposite line. This drill should be executed like a give-and-go move in basketball.

Players split up into two lines, one on each goal post, 6 meters from the goal. The first player does two or three fakes and then passes the ball to the player in the front of the other line. This player catches the ball and fakes while the first player moves and repositions himself. The ball is then passed back to the first player who catches and shoots quickly. After you shoot you move to the end of the opposite line. This drill should be executed like a give-and-go move in basketball.

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