Stationary Behind The Back Dribbling & Hand-off Dribbling Drill

basketball dribbling drill
  • Body in the low square position.
  • Dribble the ball behind your back.
  • Change pace and shift your hips.
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    Characteristic boost
    Dribbling: +1
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    +5 coins
When practicing basketball drills, the low square stance allows for players to maximize their efficiency. Beginning in this position and dribbling the ball behind their backs helps basketball players understand how to handle the ball with increased finesse. Additionally, it helps players to gain better understanding of when to change pace and shift their hips in the most efficient manner. The combination of all three habits – low square stance, dribbling behind their back and changing pace – enable basketball players to become well-rounded athletes with a high level of basketball proficiency. These drills build essential basketball skills while helping basketball players learn control in a stationary behind the back dribbling situation.
— Coach Dan