Quick Feet Two Ball In and Out Crossover Basketball Drill

Quick Feet Two Ball In and Out Crossover Basketball Drill

 

The idea behind doing two-ball basketball dribbling drills is that if you can dribble two basketballs simultaneously, you will be able to dribble one ball easily in a game. Being a good ball handler is not all about being able to break someone’s ankles. It is about handling the ball and seeing the floor to find open teammates and make the right play.

And as much as this basketball drill will work on ball handling, it is also going to allow the player to work on shooting off the dribble as well. Both of these go hand in hand because the player must have confidence in their handles if they want to be able to shoot off the dribble.

 

 

Basketball Drill Overview

Drill Name: Quick Feet Two Ball In and Out Crossover 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 and sell your move.

 

Basketball Drill Instructions

  • Start by setting up five chairs in a row on the sideline, begin the line in the corner.
  • Now place a cone at the wing on the same side as the five chairs.
  • Begin the drill with your chest facing towards the basket and your side facing the line of chairs.
  • Dribble both basketballs at the same time and weave through the chairs.
  • Every time you pass in front or behind a chair, you will cross the basketballs over in front of you.
  • Go through all the chairs and then make a right-hand push pass to your partner at the top of the key.
  • Attack the cone and make a move to the outside of the cone for a pull-up or a finish at the rim.
  • Once you make your move, set your man up, and then come off the cone for a shot.
  • You can do a curl cut, straight cut, pro cut, or fade cut on the second shot.

 

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