• Dribbling should be done with finger pads and the fingers should be relaxed and spread • Use your fingertips, not the palms of your hands. • Basketball is played on the tips of your fingers and the balls of your feet. • Use your forearm and wrist to bounce the ball. Don't look at the ball. • keep your head up and eyes forward.
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the game. Start with Basic 2 ball dribbling Go down to level 1, very low Then up to 3 then to 2 At level 2, alternate Alternate and then cross‐over Pix of very low, pix of very high 10. Ball Handling Two Balls 2 This combines the levels of dribbling
basketball dribbling powerpoint. Basketball Dribbling Printable (9th - 12th Grade) - TeacherVision.com File Format: Microsoft Powerpoint - Quick View Dribbling is used to move from one area to another with the ball. Players must be able to dribble with both hands to be an effective basketball player. Basketball Dribbling Skills Motivational Mind Map Poster Basketball Dribbling.
Power Dribbling Sprints - This drill requires you to power dribble for an extended period of time and run back and forth on the basketball court. Stand at one end of a basketball court. Dribble to the nearest foul line, and then return to the baseline. Dribble to the middle of the court, and then return to the baseline from which you started.
• Students stand in horseshoe arrangement with basketball on the ground between their feet. • Dribbling: Push basketball with pads of fingers; basketball should back spin, non-dribbling arm is up to protect basketball. • Demonstrate skill. • All students practice stationary dribbling with dominate hand and protecting with non-dominant hand.
Dribbling. Dribble the ball more toward your fingertips and not with your palms. The ball must be dribbled with one hand at a time, and ideally, the player keeps his/her head up while dribbling (to have a better spatial orientation, know where defenders are, or see open teammates). To protect the ball when dribbling, use your off hand to defend against opposing players, or you can slightly turn your body so it is in between the ball and the defender.
drop step (pivot backwards) with the left foot (step with the left foot, with the right foot staying on the ground as the “pivot foot”). right-handed pass to the next player in line counter clockwise. Passer follows the pass to the end of the next line. Alternate dribbling hand, pivot foot and direction of pivot.
A basketball; A small area to dribble. You don’t need a basketball hoop, a teammate to pass you the ball, or a fancy basketball gym with perfectly polished hardwood floors. In the steps below, I’ll teach you the best way to dribble a basketball and also give you several dribbling drills to practice as well. Let’s get started…
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