Basics of dribbling a basketball. Dribbling is one of the first skills you learn when picking up the sport of basketball, and it’s one of the most basic skills to play the game. With that in mind, Singapore Slinger Ng Hanbin brings us through the five fundamental steps of dribbling! 1. Use your fingers instead of your palm.
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The Basics of basketball dribbling Begin with a properly inflated ball. Too much air causes the ball to bounce over the player’s head without much effort while a slightly deflated ball causes the player to push too hard to receive any type of bounce back.
These basketball moves for beginners are the dribbling basics you need. The drills in the tutorial will help you master them quickly! FREE Defender Destroye...
How to Dribble a Basketball in 7 Steps. Step #1 - Spread and Relax Your Fingers. The first step in learning how to dribble a basketball is to relax your fingers and make sure they’re spread out evenly on the basketball. Young kids have a tendency to keep their fingers together unless they’re taught otherwise.
This is a good way to start your drills and get warmed up. Start with the ball in your right hand, dribble once straight down, then dribble it across in front of your body to your left hand (forming a V), dribble once on the left and then back across to the right. Start off slow and gradually work up some speed.
BASIC DRIBBLING DRILLS. Right-Hand Pound Dribble: Stand with feet about shoulder-width apart and bend at the knee for a lower stance. Put right hand (or fingertips) on the training cone. Pound the basketball with the right hand repeatedly for thirty seconds. The basketball should come off the tips of the fingers.
Taking more than 'a step and a half' without dribbling the ball is traveling. Moving your pivot foot once you've stopped dribbling is traveling. Carrying/palming. When a player dribbles the ball with his hand too far to the side of or, sometimes, even under the ball. Double Dribble. Dribbling the ball with both hands on the ball at the same time or picking up the dribble and then dribbling again is a double dribble.
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