Dribble the ball in your right or left hand, running with feet on either side of the bench. Forces players to think about other things than what they are doing with the ball, so dribbling will become second nature.
Dribbling the ball using a single finger to improve finger strength, ball control and help prevent finger injury.
Switching leg positions every time, the basketball will be passed through the legs to the other hand.
Start out slow, once you have got it down then you can increase the speed.
Keep feet shoulder width apart, weight slightly over the right foot. You should bounce the ball outside of the right foot. The hand should absorb some of the energy of the ball striking it by moving slightly on impact, and returning to the starting position whilst the ball is still in contact with the ball.
NOTE: The hand should remain on the top of the ball only to prevent carrying.
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