This stationary two ball basketball dribbling drill will work on ball control and developing good hands. As a ball-handler in basketball, you want to control the ball and make whatever move you need to without having to think about it. If a defender steps up in front of you or reaches to steal the ball, you need to make the appropriate move without hesitation.
Even though this isn’t a move that you would use in an actual game, it is great for developing good hands and ball control. Ball handling basketball drills like this are still really valuable to use because they develop a player’s hands. This is going to add up to more than just ball handling too. With basketball drills like this, you are also improving touch for finishing, catching the ball, etc.
Basketball Drill Overview
Drill Name: Alternating Windmill 2 Basketball Dribbling Drill
Equipment Needed: 2 basketballs.
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Goals of the Drill
- Improve ball control and touch.
- Work on the timing of the basketballs being dribbled through the legs, stay low and keep your eyes up.
- Do your best not to look down when you dribble the basketball between your legs.
Basketball Drill Instructions
- Hold a basketball in each hand.
- Dribble the ball in your right-hand reverse between your legs and then catch it with the same hand.
- Now do the same with your left hand.
- Alternate back and forth and begin to go as fast as you can.
- Continue this pattern for the desired amount of time.