Published at Friday, October 26th, 2018 - 13:02:11 PM. . By sempak.
There are many different types of basketball dribbles that a player can learn and use. Some of the dribbles used in basketball are the speed dribble, the low dribble, the crossover dribble, the change-of-pace dribble, the between-the-legs dribble, the reverse dribble, the half-reverse dribble, the behind-the-back dribble, the hockey dribble, and the backup dribble. Each of these dribbles is used for a different purpose. But at the very least, a good player should learn to dribble a basketball at both a slow, controlled pace as well as a high speed dribble. You need to be able to effectively change your paces of dribbling…from slow, to fast, to slow again, for example.
Then you could move to playing fast as a 2nd segment for 12 minutes. The idea here is to do drills that simulate when you want to fast break during the game. For example, you might simulate long rebounds, turnovers, or your rebounder dribbling out of the pack as situations in which all 5 of your players will speed up the pace of the game. This segment is a good time to build stamina by keeping all players active for the 12 minutes. It is also motivating to time how fast they are dribbling, passing, and making shot attempts.
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