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Now, this may seem similar to the figure eight drill, however, it involves high-speed dribbling rather than moving the ball in the air. Step 1: Feet outside of shoulder-width apart. Step 2: Dribble ball at your fastest speed 6” off the ground. Step 3: Dribble the ball around and between legs in a figure-eight motion.
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8 Minutes - Running your offense with no defense. 8 Minutes - Running your offense against live defenders. If you have a more advanced team that is in the 7th or 8th grade, you could spend up to 70% to 90% of your practice drills against live defenders.
Basketball Practice Drills Roll & Go. This is a great drill for working on man-to-man defense and offensive moves. It's a live 1-on-1 half-court game. Players form two lines. One line forms out of bounds underneath the basket to play defense. Second line forms at top of key to play offense. Drill starts with first player under the basket with a ball.
This fun drill that improves passing, spacing, footwork, decision making, cutting and moving without the ball. Half Court Ball Movement (Another favorite) This drill teaches passing and movement. Your players will learn ball reversals and how to attack the paint with a pass. Gate Dribbling (Another drill I really like)
We know a lot of you have to stay around the house right now! No matter what, you have to keep your game ready for when everyones allowed back on the court! ...
This drill involves dribbling from ankle to shoulder height. Start by dribbling the ball at your ankles and gradually dribbling the ball higher on each bounce. When you get to as high as you can ‘kill’ the basketball by stopping it a few inches off the ground and dribbling back up to your shoulder. 26.
It is a handy and useful ball handling drill or basketball dribbling drill that is very often used in practices. To perform this drill, at first, the player must do the cross over, before immediately passing the ball between the legs, and then behind the back. The player then has to dribble the ball through his legs to complete this drill one time.
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