Some tips and advice on how to get into teaching youth basketball.
How to Dribble & Handle the Basketball Better Good ball handling skills are essential to becoming a good basketball player, especially for perimeter players like guards and forward. The key to successful offense is to keep the defense off balance at all times and to protect the basketball. Players who have the ability to dribble
Mastering the art of rebounding the basketball is a combination of positioning, blocking out, effectively reading the carom of the basketball and desire. Great rebounders like Charles Barkley, Moses Malone, Kevin Love and Tim Duncan aren’t born; they are made through hard work, intensity and an innate understanding of positioning and where the ball is likely headed. The best rebounders are not always the biggest or most athletic players on the court.
Becoming an effective passer, like an effective basketball shooter, an understanding of spacing and effectively finding open teammates, and developing solid court vision. The great passers, players such as Steve Nash, Ricky Rubio and Lebron James seem to have a sixth sense that gives them the ability to see the play as it develops. Of course