The first warm-up is 1 ball pounding + 1 ball double cross drill. Good! It is important to control the ball that pounding and maintain the rhythm of the dribbling. When the ball bounces up, dribble again. Adjust the double cross dribble speed and maintain the overall dribble rhythm. The second workout is pull-back dribble drills. When dribbling pull-back, bring the ball to the front of your outside foot and you can steal the ball from the defense. Therefore, you should safely pull the ball towards your body. Repeat pull-back dribble 3 times, then drive-in this way. When you drive in, it’s a drill that uses eye + step fake and finishes with a shot. 1, 2, 3 and go! After pull-back dribbling, make sure to make a fake motion with inside foot. At the same time, the shoulders and eyes should also face the direction of the fakes. (Check defense response and court situation!) The next drill is reverse between the legs + pull-back. Reverse leg through which the action is too large (X),
this movement is a quick stop! (O) – Drop to drive-in motion. And you have to be able to create space through the pull back dribble. Move back! move back! and the last move is fast forward! The following is a continuous pull-back movement. Take the step forward! Just now is the wrong step. You still don’t get the drop motion right. After making spacing out of pull-back, the outside foot must come forward for the correct drop action. No. Don’t take that step so wide. Inside foot should push the floor hard and drive-in forward quickly. More! Your step now is too short. You have to run forward long, pushing the floor. That’s right. Do it so powerfully. After the forward drop motion, finish with leg through + shooting Good! This is an impact drive-in with the third drill, swipe &bump. When the defense is tough, it creates a momentary space with body contact. Connect the drive-in with a drop & leg-through, and finish by creating spacing with a bump again. Hey! Don’t push with your elbow! your body needs to be hit directly by the defense. Again! Yes! but I just went to contact you. Try to be bolder and make body contact. You didn’t use your off hand this time. Your off-hand position shouldn’t be below the defender’s hand (X)
Swipe through defensive hands (O) Use off-hand more boldly! That’s right! Oops….. Good. The following is an advanced movement that connects to the drive-in after the pull-back dribble. You’re only moving this much right now to keep the drop motion short. You have to be more dynamic when you step on the floor so you can dash forward quickly. And when you make a fake move, you don’t hit the outside foot on the floor first. Take the inside foot on the floor first, use a fake move, and drive-in forward. Pull-back dribble that pulls the ball towards the body after drop motion. + Fake movement with the look at the coat.
+ Drive-in that pushes through the floor with strongly. This is the last movement you finish with a [pull-back & step-back] shot. More step back! It’s an ineffective move. After Pull-back, you have to dribble looking at the basketball court. and always be careful of your shooting balance when you do step-back.