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Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to work on setting your feet using a stride stop. The 1,2 step is the fastest way to set your feet to score, allowing you to get your shot off uncontested! Learn to use the stride stop utilizing both your left foot and your right foot as your pivot foot and in front pivot and reverse pivot situations!

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to work on scoring the basketball using one dribble. Over dribbling and indecision will give your coach a headache! Master this series and become more effective using fewer dribbles!

Great basketball players are able to dribble and handle the ball at a high level. Master this stationary ball handling series to improve your ball handling ability!

Great basketball players are able to dribble and handle the ball at a high level. Master this stationary ball handling series to tighten your handle!

Master this two dribbles middle post series to give your defender fits on the block!

If you’re SERIOUS about getting to the basket often or play within an offense that supports frequent dribble penetration, you NEED to master these five change of direction dribbles moves!

If you’re SERIOUS about getting to the basket often or play within an offense that supports frequent dribble penetration, you NEED to master these dribbles moves!

If you’re a perimeter player and you’re SERIOUS about finishing more consistently at the rim, you NEED to master these finishing moves!

Using two basketballs when working on your stationary handle is a great way to push your limits and expand your ambidexterity! Master this simple two ball stationary ball handling series to improve your in-game handles!

The between the legs skate crossover dribble move is an efficient and effective way to blow by your defender. First, get outside your defender’s body with a between the legs skate move, forcing them to shift their weight to attempt to stay in front of you. Once they shift their weight, snap a crossover and blow by them for a scoring or kick out opportunity! You’ll change direction with a between the legs or behind the back move after the between the legs skate crossover if your defender is quick enough to recover and cut you off. Master the scoring looks in this video to increase your points per game average!

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to help you score more points in the post using only one dribble. Using a hop in this series rather than a 1,2 step, we’re able to cover more ground, ensuring we get to the mid-line. Also cutting and catching from multiple angles improves game carry over. Master this series to score more points in the post!

Here is a great series to improve your handle. This series could be used in place of a stationary series at the beginning of your workout to warm up and tighten your ball handling.

This is a great multi-skill drill that works on ball handling, shooting and footwork. You can easily swap out the crossover dribble move for another move. I’d recommend completing the drill using a right hand inside out, then a left hand inside out, then use a crossover, followed by between the legs, then finally behind the back. You must MAKE the jump shot to remove a cone!

Efficient footwork is one of the biggest separators in the game of basketball! If you’re SERIOUS about developing great footwork, master this series using your dominant foot as your pivot foot. Which foot should be your dominant pivot foot? Left foot for right handed players and right foot for left handed players.

This is a high level mid-range series to create space for an uncontested shot. The pin dribble is one of the most effective moves to use when going full speed toward the rim with your defender attached to your hip. Master this series to increase your mid-range production.

Great players are able to change direction effectively in traffic using a between the legs or behind the back dribble move. Use these solutions when playing against an aggressive defender who is constantly trying to pressure you and cut you off as you drive!

Great perimeter players have the ability to get to the basket and score in a variety of ways! The floater is one of the most productive ways for smaller players to score in the paint over larger rotational defenders. Master these three floater variations to score more points in the paint!

Score more coming off of screens using this series. The floppy action is a very popular action in the game of basketball. Every NBA team will use this action at some point during a game. Making reads and having the ability to score coming off screens is also necessary at the youth and high school levels. Master this series and score more points within the flow of your team’s offense!

The ball screen is one of the most used actions in the game. This series gives you a variety of options using a high ball screen set at the top of the key. Master this series and score more in ball screen situations!

Master this series to become craftier while using a high ball screen! Sell you’re going one way to curl the screen then explode the other for an uncontested jump shot!

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series that will have you attacking more confidently and scoring more frequently from the high post. Master these moves to become your team’s go to interior player!

Here are a variety of scoring options using an inside out dribble move. The inside out is a must have move if you’re a point guard or perimeter player. It is in every great point guard’s dribble move arsenal and needs to be in yours too if you’re serious about breaking down your defender consistently.

Here is a great ball handling drill that will get you a ton of game speed, game specific reps in a short amount of time. Do each move for 30 seconds and keep track of your rep count for that particular move; then try and beat your highest score every time you do the drill!

L-Cuts are great to separate against aggressive defenders denying you the ball. Having the ability to get open against these types of defenders is crucial for keeping your motion offense fluid. This series covers an L-Cut from the block into a variety of scoring options.

Here is a great series to increase your mid-range production using minimal dribbles and maximum efficiency.

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to create space in the mid-range using the drag dribble. Master these moves to separate from your defender with ease!

Steve Nash was one of the craftiest players to ever play the game! This series is based on his hip swivel move he used often, both off the dribble and out of triple threat. Master this series to change your pace out of triple threat and keep your defender on their toes!

Here is a simple yet effective series that will get you more buckets after securing an offensive rebound.

Here is a great series to beat heavy defensive pressure on the perimeter while in triple threat. Pivoting effectively and confidently while pressured allows you to take advantage of your defenders mistakes and run your offense regardless of how much your defender tries to intimidate and rush you!

Here is a simple yet effective drill to work on covering more ground with fewer dribbles.

Check out this fast and effective ball handling drill that will give you pro level handles! You’ll work on both single moves and double moves using this drill. Begin in your right hand on one side of the cones and your left hand on the other side of the cones.

Master these moves off the bounce to get up an uncontested 3-point shot any time you want. These are the same moves Steph Curry uses to keep larger more athletic defenders guessing beyond the 3-point line.

Here is a great series to master if you want to be shifty like Steph Curry. Skate outside your defenders body to force them to shift their weight and stay in front of you. Once they shift, quickly snap a crossover and attack against your defenders momentum. Add a quick change if your defender is quick enough to recover and cut you off after the skate crossover.

Here is a great series to master if you want to be shifty like Steph Curry. Skate outside your defenders body to force them to shift their weight and stay in front of you. Once they shift, quickly snap a crossover and attack against your defenders momentum. This series goes through a variety of scoring options once your defender is beat cleanly or even with you.

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series you can use to get to the rim with your strong hand. Skate outside your defenders body then blast past them when they fail to step slide to stay in front of you. Master the finishing options at the rim to score more consistently after blowing by the D.

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series you can use to get to the rim more often. Skate outside your defenders body then blast past them when they fail to step slide to stay in front of you. Use a quick change of direction move such as a between the legs or behind the back if your defender is fast enough to recover and cut you off after your initial skate move. Master the finishing options at the rim to score more consistently after beating the D with a quick change.

Master the scoring options in this video if your offense emphasizes the use of stagger screens! Klay Thompson is one of the premier players in the NBA at using and scoring off of screens. This series is simple yet effective and will have you feeling more confident coming off of stagger screens whether they’re set within the flow of your offense or via a set play called for YOU!

Here is a fast and effective one ball stationary ball handling series that emphasizes the between the legs move. If you’re looking to improve your between the legs dribble, this series is what you need!

Steph Curry will use a tennis ball, among many other methods, to improve and tighten his handle! Here is a simple yet effective and efficient tennis ball series you can use at home or at the gym. Using a tennis ball will improve your off hand reaction to reaching defenders so you’re able to clip and deflect their reach. It’ll also take much of your attention off the basketball and place it on the tennis ball much like your attention will be on your defender and actions going on within the game, resulting in quicker ball handling improvement and game carry over.

Here is a great series to work on looping through the paint under the rim if you’re unable to get off an uncontested shot or find an open teammate. Steve Nash used this concept for years, which can be attributed to his high basketball IQ. Rather than picking up the basketball in a crowd or forcing a shot over your defender or a rotational defender, looping through the paint while keeping your dribble alive is an effective way to keep the possession alive. For this series, I attack using a Nash stutter step, but you can use whatever move you want! Master the scoring options within this series and become a more dangerous player around the rim!

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to get in a ton of ball handling reps in a short amount of time. Go 4 trips per more for a total of 20 trips. You’ll have completed 100 dribble moves on the move once the series is complete:  Right hand inside out – 4 trips, Left hand inside out – 4 trips, Crossover – 4 trips, Between the legs – 4 trips and Behind the back – 4 trips.

Here is an effective series to work on breaking down defenders in transition. Many teams emphasize the fast break and scoring on offense as quickly as you can before the defense can get set. This series focuses on primary moves to initially beat or get even with the D then secondary moves to beat defenders who cut you off after your initial move.

Here is a simple yet effective and efficient series to work on your triple threat footwork and the four foundational dribble moves (inside out, crossover, between the legs and behind the back) into mid-range up jumpers. Set your feet using a stride stop or hop.

Here is a simple and effective triple threat series to create space before shooting or attacking. Out of triple threat, skate outside your defenders body before looking for your scoring opportunity. This is a great move to relieve defensive pressure as well before looking to score or pass.

Master this triple threat wing ball screen series to increase your ball screen productivity! Ball screens are one of the most popular actions in the game! Being productive in these scenarios will make you more valuable to you team!

Its one thing to get to the rim, another thing entirely to finish when you get there! Master this baseline drive finishing series to convert more at the rim!

Its one thing to get to the rim, another thing entirely to finish when you get there! While attacking middle, you’ll quickly change direction with a between the legs or behind the back move if your defender cuts you off, keeping you out of the paint. After changing direction, get into your finish.

Its one thing to get to the rim, another thing entirely to finish when you get there! Master this middle drive finishing series to convert more at the rim!

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