Play Type:“ “ Dribbling Drill
This dribbling drill offensively works on the controlled dribble and avoiding a player chasing from behind, trying to knock the ball loose. It also works on dribbling and ball-handling in game-like scenarios.
- To run the “Wolf” dribbling drill, simply have two players line up in one corner of the court.
- Throw the ball to the first of the two players, who will then dribble downcourt.
- The player without the ball chases, trying to block his shot without fouling.
Dribbling and ball control is a skill that can be practiced alone, and should be considered separate from your other ball skills on the court.
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