The first thing to practice on is dribbling. Dribbling is one of the most crucial skills to have. Good dribbling enables the player to move around more and get to places quicker. The best way to improve this skill is to dribble 2 basketballs, one in each hand. This task will be especially hard for the secondary hand, but improvement should be noticed within a few moments. Once the player is confident about dribbling, they can open up many opportunities in the game.
The 2nd ability to improve is passing the basketball. This is critical because it increases the teams chance of scoring and decreases the opponents. The best way to practice passing is by finding a partner. The partner will be able to notice where the improvements...
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