Ball handling and dribbling are critical skills for any basketball player, but for point guards in particular. Dribbling with two balls is a great way to hone those skills -- so here is a series of 2-ball drills that your team can work on.

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Ball handling and dribbling are critical skills for any basketball player, but for point guards in particular. Dribbling with two balls is a great way to hone those skills -- so here is a series of 2-ball drills that your team can work on.

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