A great way to master a specific move in basketball is to break it down, and work on the move one step at a time. That is exactly what this basketball footwork drill is going to do. The move that you are breaking down is the shot fake one dribble pull or shot fake attack the basket finish. After learning the footwork for the move you can checkout our basketball shooting drills section and build onto the footwork that you just learned.
You are really going to focus on making sure that the player gets squared up on the shot fake, sells the move, and then practices putting ball down and going somewhere with the first dribble. The video is instructed by Mercer University's assistant basketball coach Doug Esleeck, and will explain the basketball footwork drill, and then one of his players will demonstrate how to do it.