One of the reasons that a team will pick the ball up full court and pressure the ball handler is because they want to speed them up, and get them out of control. It is the ball handlers job to be able to negotiate the pressure defense to bring the ball up the floor, and also get the offense into a set. This basketball dribbling drill is going to work on making a move in the full court past the ball pressure, and then cutting off the defender with the body and keeping them from getting back in front. This will help to keep the defender from coming in front again and putting the pressure back on.
Another great use for this type of dribbling move is in semi-transition. If the ball handler is able to keep the defender on their back hip until about half court, it puts the defense in a tough situation. They have to decide if they are going to step up to help, leaving their man open, or allow the ball handler to shoot a pull up shot. The big key to this though is making sure that the ball handler is dictating the speed and that they are under control the whole time.
The tight spaces full court basketball dribbling drill is going to specifically work on the transition use of this move. So in your basketball training you want the player to really focus on making an explosive move to get past the defender, and then keep good body control as they bring the ball up the floor, before attacking again in transition. Also, the player needs to keep their eyes up the whole time to see the floor.