Quick Feet In and Out Two Ball Rhythm Basketball Drill

Quick Feet In and Out Two Ball Rhythm Basketball Drill


When a defender steps up to guard you or is making a move in transition, you need to execute a basketball move without having to think about it. This combination basketball shooting drill is great because it mixes in all the different dribbling moves together and teaches your mind and muscle memory to do multiple moves without having to hesitate.

Along with working on ball handling, this basketball drill is also going to end up in a couple of shots for the ball handler. That way, you are maximizing your basketball training time and getting the most of the drill.



Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Quick Feet In and Out Two Ball Rhythm Basketball Drill

Equipment Needed: 2 Basketballs, 5 chairs, 1 cone, and a partner.


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Goals of the Drill

  • Work on your ball handling as well your change of direction quickness.
  • Be able to dribble both basketballs at the same time fluently.


Coaching Points

  • Stay low while you are dribbling and move as quickly as you can through the chairs.
  • Keep your eyes up while you are dribbling the basketball and sell your move.


Basketball Drill Instructions

  • Place five chairs in a straight line with just enough room for the ball handler to get through them.
  • Begin the line in either corner and have the line of chairs run along the sideline.
  • Place another cone on the same wing as the five chairs and have a coach stand at the top of the key.
  • The player will start with his chest facing towards the court and his side facing down the line of chairs.
  • Have the athlete dribble weave through the line of chairs with both basketballs at the same time.
  • Every time they pass over a chair, either in front or behind, they will make a different move.
  • The moves go in this order; crossover, between the legs, behind the back, and reverse between the legs.
  • Once the player has gone through all the chairs, they will pass one of the balls to the coach and then attack the cone.
  • The player can make any move they want at the cone and then either pull-up or finish at the basket.
  • After shooting the basketball, they will set up their imaginary defender and come off the cone for a shot.
  • They can use either a curl, straight, fade, or pro-cut to get open for a shot.


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