Starting with the ball in triple threat position, the passer will step around the defensive player and make a bounce pass from their hip.
The pass should bounce up to the receivers waist.
Step around pass is used when you are closely guarded and you need to step around the defender in the direction you want to pass the ball.
As you step around you will need to protect the ball by getting the ball to the side of your body away from the defender and making the pass from your hip.
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).
Lead to the left of right with one foot. When the weight is transferred over that foot, make a pass straight. Use this pass to move to the side of a defender.
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