This basketball dribbling drill will work on a specific move, but it will also help develop overall hand quickness and the player’s ability to handle the basketball. Combo moves force the player to have quick hands because the ball is constantly going back and forth between both hands.
This one ball stationary basketball dribbling drill is something that you can do at the beginning of a workout or practice to get warmed up or a drill that you can use on your own if you don’t have very much space. It allows you to work on your game pretty much anywhere that you have a flat hard surface.
Basketball Drill Overview
Drill Name: Reverse Between the Legs Behind the Back Basketball Dribbling Drill
Equipment Needed: 1 basketball.
Similar Basketball Drills and Resources
- Behind The Back Crossover Basketball Dribbling Drill
- Double Crossover Between The Legs Basketball Dribbling Drill
Goals of the Drill
- Work on ball handling and hand quickness.
- When doing basketball drills like this, don’t worry about making a mistake or losing control of the ball; you must get out of your comfort zone and challenge yourself to get better.
- Don’t raise up out of athletic stance when doing the basketball drill and really try to sell the move every time.
Basketball Drill Instructions
- Start with the basketball in your right hand and then dribble the ball reverse between your legs to your left hand.
- As soon as the ball touches your left hand, snap it behind your back to the right hand.
- Continue this pattern for 30 seconds and then switch to your left hand.