Modern 3-Man Weave: Ball Reversals

This is another modern take on the classic 3-Man Weave that uses "Ball Reversals" to confuse the defense, almost like a hand-off pass in basketball.

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Modern 3-Man Weave: Pick & Roll

This is a different version of the classic 3-Man Weave. Use this drill to teach your players how to time and use the Pick & Roll, plus practice basic stick skills and get some conditioning all at the same time!

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Classic 3-Man Weave Passing & Catching Drill

This is a popular drill you might recognize from basketball. Coaches have used it for decades to develop stick skills plus keep all their players' feet moving!

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“Over!” Redirect Clearing Pass Drill for Defense 2

Use this simple long passing drill to practice those critical Clearing passes with your Defenders that move the ball down the field to your offense so your team gets tons of scoring opportunities!

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Short-Stick Sideline Clear

This is a simple but genius variation on a standard Clearing play that every coach should know and every team should be able to use to get the ball down the field away from your own goal into the sticks of your offense.

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The “Two-Minute” Possession Drill

Use this classic practice drill to work on passing, catching, stick protection, 1-on-1 Defense, plus get some conditioning work done at the same time!

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2-3-1 Man-Up Basic Rotation Overload

This is a "Lax Classic" Man-Up play that coaches have been using for years with high school and college teams against the typical "Box and One" Man-Down Defense to get easy shots right in front of the goal!

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Box Lacrosse Pass Up, Pick Up Offense

This is a fairly basic play we see in Box Lacrosse using the Pick & Roll that you can also use with your Field Lacrosse team to get your players open for quality shots!

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1-4-1 Double “Mumbo” Cut Offense

Double Mumbo Cuts are a modern play we've seen college and high school teams running the last few years all over the country using the Pick & Roll to get players open, plus keep the Defense busy and confused.

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