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!
This drill focuses on using a light touch when dribbling, and making the ball "skid" on the floor, instead of bouncing sharply.
As players get more comfortable with the crossover, you can allow them to play with tempo and change speeds to keep the defense off balance. Advanced ballhandlers can work on a fake pullback, hesitating at the cutoff before accelerating past the defense!
The purpose of this drill is to teach players to work on ball handling while protecting the ball from aggressive defenders. Set Up Form a line of 4-5 players from the corner
Reacting To Pressure & a Ballhandling and Dribbling Drill Video The ability to see pressure coming from the defense, to calmly find the opening and execute your offense is an extremely
Parachute Drills for Kids Basketball Practice Most elementary schools have a giant multi-colored parachute that the basketball program can borrow for these kids basketball practice drills. Kids love playing with the