Quick Feet Two Ball Behind the Back Basketball Drill

Quick Feet Two Ball Behind the Back Basketball Drill


Being a good ball handler is not all about being able to break someone’s ankles. It is about handling the basketball and seeing the floor to find open teammates and make the right basketball play. Two ball basketball dribbling drills are great at developing your handles and making it so that you don’t have to think about dribbling and can focus on reading the defense.

This basketball drill is going to combine working on handling two basketballs at the same time, and then coming into a shot off the dribble. It will teach players to be skilled at handling the basketball and being able to shoot.



Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Quick Feet Two Ball Behind the Back 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.
  • Work on coming into your shot off the dribble.


Coaching Points

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


Basketball Drill Instructions

  • Place 5 chairs in a straight line starting in the corner and running up either sideline.
  • Have another cone on the same wing as the five chairs and a coach/partner at the top of the key.
  • Stand with your chest facing in towards the hoop and your side facing down the line of chairs.
  • Begin dribbling both basketballs at the same time and weaving your way laterally through the line of chairs.
  • As you pass over each chair, you will dribble one basketball behind your back and the other in front of you (at the same time), alternate which hand dribbles the ball behind your back each time.
  • Once you get through all the chairs, you will push-pass one of the basketballs to the coach at the top of the key, and then you are going to dribble at the cone.
  • Make a move at the cone and then shoot a pull-up or finish at the basket; you can use whatever move you want.
  • Finally, you will set your man up and then come off the cone for a pass from your coach for a catch and shoot shot.
  • Mix up your cuts on the cone; straight cut, curl cut, fade cut, and pro cut.


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