Download a free, printable blank basketball court template. Select from full court and half court layouts as well as combinations.
As a coach, I can't tell you the number of times I needed a blank court diagram.
Because your needs will vary I've included a variety of sizes and layouts of court diagrams.
The full court diagrams are great for drawing up fast break offenses, full court presses, or any other transitions.
The half court templates are useful for drawing up offensive and defensive player rotations, ball movement, screens, etc.
The smaller half court grids are perfect for breaking down complex plays into individual steps. Each frame can show the step-by-step rotation of players as the ball is moved around the court. When a pass is made or the player with the ball dribbles to a new area of the floor, each player's adjustments and rotation can be noted.
I've found that when players are learning a new offensive set, it's helpful for them to follow their movement one pass at a time throughout the entire offensive sequence.
Likewise, when the focus is on defense, player rotations can be charted frame by frame for each scenario presented by the opponent's offense.
Feel free to download the basketball court template that suits your needs.
Note: The basketball court markings and layout of these diagrams are for high school courts. However, I have provided links to free printable court diagrams for NCAA and NBA courts as well.
Are you looking for basketball court dimensions?
Follow the links below to find charts comparing the regulation court sizes for all levels of play: