Dribble and Pass. Partners. Set up the players so that they travel down one side of the court ...
The player with the ball starts to dribble and stops (in a jump stop) in front of the other and gives a hand-off pass. They should have their hands above and below the ball, so that it is easy for their team mate to grab it. The other Player starts to dribble while the first player walks backward to the starting point and the exercise is repeated.
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On the coach's signal players 1 and 2 start dribbling before passing to players 3 and 4 respectively who return the pass. Players 1 and 2 then dribble further before passing to players 5 and 6 and moving towards the elbow of the free throw line to receive the return pass from players 5 and 6. They then immediately pass to the players 7 and 8.
Shooting, Dribbling, Passing Tips. Shooting – When practicing by yourself, start in close to the basket, right in front of the hoop. Shoot at least 25 shots from four feet and in, without moving. Take your time and slow down each shot. Think about the correct form (ball resting in the hand, non-shooting hand, arm position, etc.) before each shot.
The first trip down the floor has 5 passing to 1. 1 dribbles hard the length of the floor and shoots a layup. 5 grabs the ball out of the net and throws an inbound pass to 1, who has located to the right wing to start the second trip.
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Two types of Passing: Air and Bounce. An air pass travels through the air. Effective bounce passes bounce up as high as they were executed. On both type of passes, stay low and maintain balance and control to an intended target. Pass with both hands. Effective players are not wed to the dribble and know how to pass the ball on a moment's notice.
Basketball Passing Drills are another great tool that can be completed without access to a hoop. Similar to dribbling drills, passing drills must be done on a consistent basis to stay sharp and ready for game action. The most basic passing drill involves standing anywhere from five to ten feet from a wall and passing with perfect chest pass form from a triple threat position.
Ball Handling & Dribbling Skills(Primary K-2) This module introduces children to ball handling skills and movement concepts most often associated with the sport of basketball. Hand dribbling, passing, and receiving (catching) are the primary skills emphasized. However, a variety of other learning outcomes are also addressed within the module’s activities.