Pick a basketball shooting game from our selection of fun youth basketball drills that you can play alone or with a partner!
And when you're ready for a break and want to chill out with some friends try your skills with one of these arcade hoops shooting games or popular NBA video games!
No doubt, one of the best ways to improve your shot is to play basketball games that force you to shoot under pressure.
The challenging basketball shooting drills included below provide an opponent, either real or imaginary, that you try to defeat.
These games are perfect for 1-2 people, but if you have a team of players, check out some free basketball drills for kids that also include some fun shooting games.
BASKETBALL SHOOTING GAMES
I've listed 13 games below that are fun ways to teach kids how to shoot the ball under pressure. I've divided them into three different pages, so just follow the links to see the games that interest you.
Make Some Noise!
Beat a Pro
Perimeter Shots & Tip-Ins
7 + 3 in a Row
Win it at the Line
Nothing But Net
25 in a Row
Basketball Shooting Game #1
You will shoot from 5 spots around the key: right baseline, right wing, top of key, left wing, left baseline.
The total you can make if you shoot 100% is 30 points.
End the game with a 1&1 free throw. Shoot the first free throw. If you make it, take the second (for a total of 2 points).
The best score you can get if you make every basketball shot and free throw is 32 points.
Basketball Shooting Game #2
Pick a spot on the court and see how many basketball shots you can make in a row without missing. Always keep track of your best record and try to beat it next time.
Move to a new spot and repeat.
Basketball Shooting Game #3
Shoot 2 shots from about 9 feet away (the bottom of the circle), then 2 shots from about 12 feet out, then 2 shots from the free throw line (15 feet). The goal is to make all 6 in a row.
Basketball Shooting Game #4
SHOOTING FOR PERCENTAGE
See what percentage of shots you can make when you shoot a certain number of times.
Start out with 5 shots and see how many you can make. Figure out the percentage (the number of shots you make divided by the total number of shots you take.)
Then try 10, 20, 50, or 100 shots and keep track of the number you make and your shooting percentage.
ARCADE BASKETBALL SHOOTING GAMES
Dual Shooting Games - Challenge a friend!
Single Shooting Games - Compete against yourself!
VIDEO BASKETBALL SHOOTING GAMES