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Bust, Bust Out & Retreat Basketball Dribbling Drill (basketballhq)

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Source - In transition it is important to know when you should push the basketball and when you should slow it down. Sometimes inexperienced point guards will push the ball too much and get trapped, or dribble into too much congestion and turn the ball over. This ball handling drill is designed to work on not getting caught in a trap. You can also use this drill to work on basketball conditioning as well.     Drill Name: Bust Out & Retreat Basketball Dribbling Drill Similar Drills: Quick Feet In & Out Basketball Drill, Quick Feet Crossover Basketball Drill, Step Back Crossover to a Floater Finish Drill Drill Goal: Improve ball handling and change of direction quickness. Equipment Needed: 1 basketball. Tips: Stay low and be explosive. Keep your arm bar out as you retreat dribble. Change direction as quickly as you can and keep your eyes up. Directions: Start on the baseline facing up the lane line. Push dribble the ball out with your right hand to the free throw line, plant your feet at the free throw line, and push back with a retreat dribble. Go back and forth for 30 seconds with your right hand and then do the same [...]
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