During the course of a basketball game, there will be times when you have to break down your defender to get a shot for yourself or create a scoring opportunity for a teammate.
Typically isolation dribbling moves are not high percentage shots, but there is a time for them. If you end up with the ball in your hands with a limited amount of seconds left on the play clock, you may need to make a move past your defender. This basketball drill will come in handy for these times.
Basketball Drill Overview
Drill Name: Windshield Wiper Behind the Back Crossover Basketball Dribbling Drill
Equipment Needed: 1 Ball
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Goals of the Drill
- Work on ball handling and soft hands.
- Stay low in an athletic stance and keep your eyes up.
- Sell your move and keep your windshield wiper dribble wide.
Basketball Drill Instructions
- You will do 4 windshield wiper dribbles in front of your body and then dribble the ball behind your back.
- Immediately dribble the ball back with your left hand in front of your body.
- Repeat the move as quickly as you can for about 30 seconds, and then switch to your left hand.