In episode 7 we breakdown the 3 types of behind the back dribbles, when to use each one and how to work on them. 2 stationary drills and a moving drill are also included.
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This article was inspired by Jay Bilas’s book, Toughness. I highly recommend it. People often say that only the individual truly determines belief in themselves. Ultimately this is the truth — in the end, when the game is on the line you must have an unwavering confidence to make the right play. However, I’ve come [...]
In Episode 5 we breakdown the Inside Out Crossover Dribble and 2 drills to work on the move. This is a great change of pace dribble move
Duane Wilson had two options. The 6-foot-3 point guard could have coasted through his final spring before arriving at Marquette and played catch-up once offseason workouts and individuals begin. Or, he could have set up seven-day-a-week workouts, finding himself in the gym and weight room more often than not to begin his collegiate career on [...]
Pressure is one aspect of basketball that makes people love the sport. Everyone loves the last second shot, the underdog pulling off the upset, and the intense atmosphere of a rivalry game. These situations bring the best out in some players, while evoking the worst in others. The only real certainty about high-pressure situations is [...]