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Basketball Dribbling Technique #1: Hesitation. 1. Speed dribble at the defense. 2. Come to a sudden stutter-brake stop. 3. Remain in your stance. 4. Keep your dribble to the outside of your body, not in front. 5. Shield the basketball with your non-dribbling hand.
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This allows you to introduce the skills, concepts, and basic terminology. Once players grasp the basic skills, you can introduce movement and fun games. Here are a few fun dribbling drills that are good for beginners: 3 Fun Drills: Pirate Dribbling, Mr Fox, and Coin Drops. Competitive Cone Touch Dribbling.
5 Quick Basketball Dribbling Tips Keep your eyes up when dribbling the basketball. Dribble the ball as hard as you can. Don’t be discouraged if you mess up. It means you’re pushing yourself! Make sure you change which way you’re wrapping the ball. Perform every drill as fast as you can.
This is a good way to start your drills and get warmed up. Start with the ball in your right hand, dribble once straight down, then dribble it across in front of your body to your left hand (forming a V), dribble once on the left and then back across to the right. Start off slow and gradually work up some speed.
Between the Legs. Dribble the basketball in your dominant hand and step with your opposite foot. As you step, push the basketball towards the ground in the space you’ve created between your feet. While this is happening, be ready to catch the ball in the same dribbling motion with your opposite hand.
This activity involves pound dribbling the ball with the head and chest up while standing square up to an imaginary defender. Importantly, advise your players to use their entire body (arm, shoulder, and core muscles) to generate enough force for the dribbles so that the ball bounces back to their hands quickly.
DRIBBLING DRILLS FOR MODERATE SKILL PLAYERS. Right Hand In/Out – Stand with feet about shoulder-width apart and bend at the knee for a lower stance. Place the training cone in front of the right foot. From the triple threat position, start to dribble the ball over the training cone.
To dribble under your legs correctly in games, you will need to practice your hand and leg coordination a lot. To dribble under your legs, make sure that one leg is approximately 2ft in front of the next. Slightly bend your knees (experiment with different degrees) and bounce the ball between your legs.