Stand about 10 feet away from a wall.
Pass the ball around your back so it bounces back on your front side. Once you catch the ball again, you wrap it around your back again and continue the drill in the same way.
Once you get used to it, try increase the speed or distance away from the wall.
The most important thing is that you get your players used to handling the basketball. You should make it so the basketball feels like it an extension of your hand.
Standing 10 feet away from the wall.
Using a 1 handed pass, passing from 1 hand to the other, with one bounce between passes (younger players may bounce the ball more times to allow them to control the ball before passing again).
Step with your left foot and pass off the left hip against a wall 3 m away. Make the pass return so you can catch without having to move. Then step backwards and into position to repeat the exercise.
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