This drill, explained by Ryan Theis, puts pressure on teams to minimize errors and earn points through kills, blocks and aces.
How it works:
Team A begins with 6 points on the scoreboard, and Team B begins with 18 points. The receiving team (Team A) must score 19 points by earning points with blocks, kills or aces. Team A must reach 25 points before making 7 errors to prevent Team B from winning the game. Also keep a second scoring method during the drill with a standard game to 25 with both teams starting at 0 points.
12 players, a full court, balls and a coach to initiate.