Basketball Player Development Series with Tim Springer - Post Player Workout

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Tim Springer is an elite basketball trainer/coach in the San Antonio area (see bio below). Coach Springer presents this post player workout.

4-Way Mikan Drill

Traditional Mikan Drill with the addition of two layups at the front of the rim.

basketball post player drill - 4-Way Mikan Drill

Block to Split Line Scoring

Finishing Moves:
  • Jump Hook
  • Up & Under
  • Up & Under into 2nd Pivot
  • Sell middle spin back to baseline

Make 30 of each on both sides of the rim.

basketball post player drill - Block to Split Line Scoring

High Post Flash

Player flashes to the high post and catches into a turn and go.

Finishing Moves:
  • Power layup
  • Pull up jump shot off the glass
  • Spin move counter

Make 20 on each side of the court.

basketball post player drill - High Post Flash

5-Spot Pick and Pop

Post run into Pick and Pop from any of the 5 spots with the coach. Coach dictates the next location at a high pace. Make 30.

basketball post player drill - 5 Spot Pick and Pop

High Post to Block Scoring

Player starts under basket. Flashes to high post for pivot and shoot. Player then flashes to block for drop step and score. Make 20 total on each side.

basketball post player drill - High Post to Block Scoring

Training Coach Tim Springer

Coach Tim Springer is the founder of Spartan Basketball in the San Antonio area. Coach Springer has trained over 500 players and coaches in the San Antonio Basketball Community.

His program features:
  • Premier Basketball Camps (San Antonio and surrounding areas)
  • High Intensity Skills Clinics
  • Private Lessons for Basketball Players of All Ages (San Antonio and surrounding areas)
  • Training for Club and School Season Tryouts
  • San Antonio Coaches Clinics
  • Clinics at the AT & T Center - same court as the San Antonio Spurs and San Antonio Silver Stars play on!
  • Spartan Character Classes - teaching goal setting, planning workouts, and overall character development