By Inez Henson. Basketball Gear. Published at Saturday, June 09th, 2018 - 21:05:46 PM.
Like anything else, learning the skill of effective dribbling takes time and practice. Basketball handling drills and basketball dribbling exercises are very useful in learning how to dribble a basketball. It is important to keep your head up while dribbling. Dribble the basketball with your fingertips and pads of your hands, but without looking down at the ball. You must keep your eyes focused on the court and watch the players’ movement so you can anticipate the next move on offense. Learn to go by the rhythm and feel the basketball, so you don’t have to look down to dribble.
When I was in middle school I wanted to dunk the basketball but I was only able to touch the rim. Not until I found out about this jump program that helped me maximize my potential. Not only this program helped me with my vertical but with my all around game as well. Once I got to the 9th grade I was dunk two hands with ease and by my sophomore year I was dunking with ease. Doing 360, windmills, between the leg dunks, and jumping over two people to dunk as easy.
“So, how do I develop these crazy good dribbling skills?” is the next question you’re asking. Of course, to become skilled at dribbling a basketball, you must practice, practice, practice! Basketball dribbling is a skill that is developed by having the basketball in your hand and practicing with it as often as possible. There are basketball dribbling drills that will definitely improve your dribble, but you must be willing to put the time and work into practicing the drills in order to get better. Remember to avoid looking at the ball while you are dribbling!
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