By Tia Mccarty. Basketball Gear. Published at Tuesday, September 11th, 2018 - 21:24:03 PM.
A little about myself. I first started playing basketball when I was 10 years old and I never looked back. I played college ball four years and played professional basketball overseas for 5 years now. Basketball is a passion of mine because I love the game and work hard to become the best player I can be. My vertical is 36\" and I can shoot and play great defense.
The Figure-8 Place your feet more than shoulder’s with apart, slightly bend your knees and bend at the waist. Hold the ball in your right hand, down by your right knee. Pass the ball behind your left knee to your left hand. Bring the ball around your left knee to the front and then pass the ball behind your right knee to your right hand. This will make a “figure-8” around your knees as you are passing the ball continuously. Keep going around and through your knees, first going around the front of your right knee to behind your left knee to your left hand, then going around the front of your left knee to behind your right knee to your right hand. Repeat this drill 15 times going as fast as you can. Then, repeat the drill going in the opposite direction. Remember: don’t watch the ball!
Then you could move to special situations for 12 minutes. For example, you could practice out-of-bounds situations which come up often during a game. What will your offense do? What will will your defense do? How will you play with a certain amount of time left in the game, or when you have a lead, or when your team is behind in the score? By going over these situations each practice, your team is more ready when these situations come up in a game.
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