This drill is great for helping with your hand-eye coordination.
This is a great drill for practicing to maintain space between your feet while dribbling the ball.
This is a great dribbling and passing drill that works on the exchange and communicating between exchanges.
Players learn to perform a proper pump fake on a defender in this ballhandling drill. Don't just step forward after the fake - imagine a defender jumping on the pump fake and step around him as you would in a game situation!
This is a great ballhandling drill for beginners and advanced players! For advanced ballhandlers, try standing feet shoulder width apart and using two balls at the same time.
Players learn to pass the ball through their legs while moving on the court in this fundamental ballhandling drill. Focus more on handling the ball properly rather than getting to halfcourt and back quickly.
The key to improving is to get out of your comfort zone and force your body and mind to adapt. This drill allows you to improve your ballhandling skills, and as you improve, run the drill faster to really challenge your dexterity!
The Corkscrew drill is a great ballhandling drill for beginners. Go as fast as you can to increase the difficulty!
In this drill, players dribble as they change speed and direction, exploding from slow to fast on each move.
Here's a great drill to help with your hand-eye coordination! It teaches to stay low, and keep your feet spread wide, using your fingertips to grip the ball instead of your palms.
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 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.
Players learn to switch hands and whip the ball around the legs while dribbling in this great skill-building drill.
This is a great ballhandling drill that focuses on making sure your players are releasing the ball and not loting it upwards to get more time.
This fun drill helps players improve their dribbling, especially for the around the back crossover and the front crossover.