Two ball basketball dribbling drills work well because the player can work on both hands simultaneously. This will maximize basketball training time and force the player to work on their weak hand. These two ball basketball drills are perfect for youth basketball players who have a bad habit of always transferring the basketball to their strong hand when they get in trouble. By having the player dribble two basketball simultaneously, you eliminate this crutch.
Another idea behind practicing dribbling with two basketballs at the same time is that if the player can make a move with two basketballs, then they should be able to make the same move with only a single basketball. This will allow the player to be a lot more comfortable dribbling a basketball in a game, freeing them up to see the floor, read the defense, and make the right play.
All of these two ball basketball dribbling drills are instructed by an expert basketball coach in HD video, and they also come with written text instructions. Not only is there an expert coach to instruct the basketball drills, but there is also a high-level basketball player that will demonstrate the correct way to do each drill as well.
Two ball drills can be used to warm up before practice or during your basketball training. A big key, though, to helping your players get the most out of the drills is to make sure that they are pushing themselves as hard as they can. It is okay for them to mess up and lose the basketball; it should actually be encouraged (if they are going their hardest). That way, when the player gets back into a game situation and slows their dribble back down to normal, they will be really comfortable handling the ball.
When you do these drills, you want to keep your dribble tight, stay in an athletic stance, and keep your eyes up to see the floor. Practice good habits as you work on becoming a better ball handler, and don’t be afraid to mess up. You should aim to do dribbling drills at least 2-3 times a week for 15-20 minutes each time, and you can rotate which type of basketball dribbling drills you do as well.
The 2 ball box basketball dribbling drill is a great drill to use at the start of a practice or workout to warm up. It can also be used for conditioning.
This advanced two ball basketball dribbling drill is going to help you develop really quick handles and make you comfortable dribbling the ball.
This 2 ball single move box basketball dribbling drill will work on being able to handle the ball with either hand and staying low in athletic position.
The follow the leader alternating two ball basketball dribbling drill is going to force the player to dribble with both hands on the move.
The goal of this two ball basketball dribbling drill is to help the player learn to dribble with their eyes up and handle a basketball with either hand.
This two ball crossover basketball dribbling drill is going to teach the player to handle the ball with their eyes up and to be able to see the floor.
With the two ball attack basketball drill you are going to be able to work on multiple areas of your game all in the same drill and at the same time.
The two ball attack basketball dribbling drill will work on the player's ability to handle the basketball moving up the floor and the behind the back move.
The two ball attack basketball dribbling drill will help players work on their handles while moving up the floor and being on the move.
The two ball attack ball handling drill is going to help the player develop both hands and also work on the reverse between the legs dribble move.
This two ball behind the back crossover dribbling drill is going to help the player work on a specific move, and also their over all handles.
This two ball between the legs behind the back drill is going to help the player work on a specific move, but also work on overall ball handling.
This two ball double between the legs basketball dribbling drill is going to push the player out of their comfort zone and make them a better ball handler.
The two ball mirror basketball drill is great for working on handling the basketball on the move. This drill will really force the player to adapt quickly.
This is a two ball basketball dribbling drill that is going to work on the behind the back move, and also the players overall handles.
This two ball mirror basketball dribbling drill will force the players to develop both hands at the same time and also keep their eyes up the whole time.
The walking all between the legs two ball basketball dribbling drill is a more advanced drill, but it is great for developing both hands at the same time.
The crossover 2 ball mirror basketball drill is great for working on ball handling at a high speed and helping players get out of their comfort zone.
This two ball walking basketball dribbling drill is going to work on the crossover move, but also the players hands and over all dribbling skills.
This two ball basketball dribbling drill is going to work on being comfortable handling the basketball with either hand, and also seeing the floor.
The number basketball dribbling drill forces you to think while you are dribbling and it puts pressure on you to do it quickly even when you are fatigued.
The number drill is a great ball handling drill to make the player think while they are handling the basketball and making different moves.
This two ball basketball dribbling drill will specifically work on the reverse between the legs dribble move, and also help the player develop both hands.
The rhythm basketball two ball basketball dribbling drill is a combination of several other walking two basketball dribbling moves.
This double crossover basketball dribbling drill will work on the player's handles while being on the move. Great for working on transition ball handling.
The 2 ball bounce between the legs crossover basketball dribbling drill is an advanced drill, but it is great for developing both hand and overall handles.
The two ball bounce double behind the back basketball dribbling drill is a really advanced dribbling drill that allows you to work on improving your handles as well as your hands.
This double between the legs basketball dribbling drill is what you would call a counter move. If you make a between the legs dribble move and the defender cuts you off you need to make a counter move
The two ball bounce reverse figure 8 basketball dribbling drill is an advanced drill that teaches you how to make quick moves with the basketball.
To do the rhythm basketball dribbling drill you have to not only be able to do the move but also think and know what move is coming up next.
The two ball mirror basketball drill is going to work on being able to comfortably handle the basketball with either hand on the move.