This drill series emphasizes ball handling and dribbling using the figure 8, front flip and spider dribble.
This shooting drill focuses on performing under pressure. The goal is for the player to beat an imaginary opponent!
This advanced triple threat drill works from a variety of spots on the floor – not just the left and right wing!
Looking for at home basketball drills? Here are our top 5. Each one can be done in your back yard or driveway. All by yourself or with a partner.
Boxing out is a way to block an opposing player with your body to prevent them from getting a rebound. This is a great drill that focuses on boxing out and hustling.
Although it looks like a simple trick, dribbling between your legs can help you keep the ball out of a defender’s grasp. This drill teaches your players how to perfect this valuable skill!
This is a great intermediate dribbling drill that focuses on the crossover and rebounding with explosion.
This is a great dribbling drill that works on dribbling while spinning the body, and finishing with both hands. It can be a good idea to work on finishing with the right hand on the left side and left hand on the right side - to keep prospective shotblockers on their toes when you attack the hoop!
The basketball jab step can be a devastating basketball move out of the triple threat position. You want to be sure to sell the jab - it should look the same through the jab whether you are going to the hoop or faking.
Even a player with great footwork needs a reminder every once in a while, otherwise they’ll get sloppy. That’s the goal of this drill –to work on footwork in a safe environment where there is no concern of an offensive player taking advantage.
This drill will train players to maintain a controlled power dribble at all heights. For a more difficult version, do the same exercise with two balls at the same time!
This drill will give you a feel for the basketball and help you become more comfortable in your ball handling. A good hand speed and coordination drill, it's also a great conditioner for your arms.
This drill will teach players to maintain a good, balanced body position while dribbling, with the feet shoulder-width apart.
This is a very advanced dribbling drill that will take some time to master! The motion of this drill is similar to the motion of a clock pendulum.
Players learn to dribble through the legs and go to the basket for the shot in this drill. Experiment with change of pace, using different speeds to maximize the effectiveness of the crossover.
Players learn to dribble two balls in opposite directions at the same time in this great dribbling drill!