I like to start off with a light jog (5 minutes) with various exercises in between to warm up the blood such as; high knees, skipping, change off pace, etc...I then like to stretch (5-10 minutes) upper/lower body. Then I like to start from the inside out for shooting; first I start off with the George Mikan drill making 5 layups on each side (w/correct hand), next make 5 layups w/ 3 dribbles starting from hash mark on each side using the correct hand no misses!! Free Throws as your rest before we go to next drill which is bank shots (concentrating on high arch as well as your mark on the white square) on each side (5-10 makes). Free throws and water break. Next we go into time shooting; making a certain amount of shoots in 30 seconds from 12-15 feet and 15-18 feet while focusing on technique (balance,form, and target mark). Free throws/Water break. Next is ball handling drills from half-court to full-court drills; crossover,plant and spin, side body dribbling. I also have time drills, how many dribbles can one do in a minute which only works if you keep the ball the lowest as possible to the ground after every dribble. I also make them dribble in front of me while i put slight resistance of there shoulders to create game like situations. After the fun is done with the shooting and ball-handling drills I like to keep have them focus on defensive drills before ending workout. I do full-court slides focusing on planting feet in right direction, spreading legs, and opening up to stay in-front of your man. Last in making 10 free throws with me taking chart of your improvement throughout the months of your workouts.