Dribblers should be coming to a complete stop and staying level on their pivot.
Passers need to make sharp, snappy passes. Receivers should step forward to receive the pass with their hands up and together.
The coach should also call out changes – such as direction of pivot and whether players are to use a front pivot or reverse pivot – to help players practice thinking on their feet.
The coach can also change the type of pass being used to challenge the players – for instance switching from a two-hand chest pass to a one-hand push pass or a bounce pass.