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5 Tips for Better Basketball Ball Control [ARTICLE]

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Basketball ball control is an important skill to teach. The ability to dribble the basketball well is critical at every level of the sport. But it's a skill that...... Continue

Transition Offense - Archie Miller - Dayton [VIDEO]

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Watch as Coach Archie Miller explains and players demonstrate this Transition drill.... Continue

Fastbreak - Pipe Cut - Tom Billeter - Augustana University SD [VIDEO]

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Watch as Coach Tom Billeter explains and players demonstrate this fastbreak - pipe cut.... Continue

Dribbling - Full-Court Zig Zag Drill [ARTICLE]

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Setup: Use one basketball and one player. The player starts on the baseline with the ball. Execution: 1. The player takes two dribbles to the right...... Continue

Secondary Break - 2 and Half Cycles in 34 Seconds [VIDEO]

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Transition Warm Up Drill - Danny Sancomb - Wheeling Jesuit Univ. [VIDEO]

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Transition Olympic Shooting Drill - Sherri Coale - Univ. of OK [VIDEO]

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Tempo Drill - 4 Dribbles - 4 Trips - Michael Peck [VIDEO]

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3 on 0 Transition Drill - Lindsay Gottlieb - Cal Berkeley [VIDEO]

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Watch as Coach Lindsay Gottlieb explains and players demonstrate this 3 on 0 Transition Drill. ... Continue

Post Reversal Drill - How To Use A Defenders Aggressiveness Against Them [ARTICLE]

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As a power forward or center, learning the value of reversing the ball is one of the first things you should learn. In the post, position reigns supreme, and if your post players know...... Continue

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