This allows you to introduce the skills, concepts, and basic terminology. Once players grasp the basic skills, you can introduce movement and fun games. Here are a few fun dribbling drills that are good for beginners: 3 Fun Drills: Pirate Dribbling, Mr Fox, and Coin Drops. Competitive Cone Touch Dribbling.
Middle School / Jr High Basketball Drills. Middle School / Jr High School Basketball Drills. Middle School / Jr High Basketball Drills. 1vs1 Close-Down/Box-Out. This 1 on 1 basketball rebounding drill will focus on rebounding, closing down a shooter, and boxing out the rebound. Basketball Shooting After Rebound Drill
1:42 - Figure 8 - No Dribble 1:57 - Front To Back Toss 2:11 - One Leg Dribble 2:29 - Figure 8 Dribble 2:52 - Figure 8 Dribble - 1 Hand 3:09 - Spider Dribble Emphasis Tips: Use Finger Tips and Finger Pads / Keep Ball Off Your Palm – This helps with control of the basketball. Palming the ball makes it more difficult to control the ball.
10 Essential Dribbling Drills for Youth Basketball Players. There are certain drills we want our youth players to do daily in their development and throughout their careers to reinforce their foundation. The ball handling routine, 10 Essential Dribbling Drills for Youth Players, is something I still do on a regular basis prior to my workout. The key is to not just do the drills, but to always remember their key points of emphasis while you execute the drill.
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Put two of your players at one end of the court, and the other three at the opposite end. The group of three should have a basketball. On the whistle, the player with the ball will start dribbling towards the defense, and the other two offensive players will sprint ahead of the dribbler, spreading out on each side.
Instead, the aim of the drills is to navigate through and dodge all the other players using dribbling moves and by being creative with the dribble. Setup: All players have a basketball and are in a small space determined by the coach.
stand facing the coach. On the coach’s command, the player circles the basketball in and out of their legs in a figure 8 pattern. Have the players stop and then circle the ball in the opposite direction. 3. Throw ball in air & catch In this drill the players stand facing the coach, holding their basketball with both hands, waist high.