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Viewing: Footwork and Body Control, Advanced
  • Date:
    Apr 15, 2016

When guarding an opponent who is advancing the ball up the court, do the following: pick-up, lead, and influence. Picking Up As the dribbler approaches, make sure that you are moving at the same speed and in the same general direction. If the dribbler is moving much faster than you, there is little...

  • Author:
    Shelby Turcotte
  • Date:
    Jan 26, 2016

Coaches should recruit quickness, not height. - John Wooden It doesn't matter how tall you are if you can't move well. Quickness on the court can help a player cut through traffic and get open on offense as well as be pesky and annoying on defense.  Here's how you can do the same: Improve Your...

  • Date:
    Sep 12, 2015

This drill helps defenders work on their close out move -- get in position before the first move is made.

This drill will help your players get open and get to the basket.

  • Date:
    Jan 5, 2012

Feeding the post is one thing. Shooting 3-pointers is another. But a complete perimeter player is one who can drive the lane, slash through traffic and attack the rim to get points. Players with the confidence to drive do numerous positive things for their team--score points, draw fouls and open up...

This video shows how the Eurostep is done in a breakaway situation—a hard step right, hard step left then a finger roll for two points.

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