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Dribble, Pass, Shoot, Score! Tips For Becoming A Better Basketball Player

Jul 2

Dribble, Pass, Shoot, Score! Tips For Becoming A Better Basketball Player

In order to succeed at basketball and attain your goals, you must be a good practice player. That said, what's the point in practicing when you aren't doing it right in the first place? This article will teach you the right way to play basketball.

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For lightening fast dribbling, just like the pros, only use your finger tips on the ball. When you use all of your fingers, your dribbling will be much slower. Make this a part of your daily practice sessions until it becomes second nature to dribble with only the tips of your fingers.

 

When shooting a basketball, it is important to follow through. This means that you extend your arms out completely and flick your wrists as you release the ball. This give the ball extra force and speed. This force and speed allows you to make long distance shots that you normally wouldn't be able to make.

 

If you are trying to create a charging foul against the other team, make sure you plant your feet to the ground. Don't shuffle them or lean into the dribbler coming at you. If you do either of these things, you'll actually be called for a blocking foul instead of getting a charge.

 

Stamina is key to playing a good ball game. Basketball games are filled with running back and forth along the court. By increasing your stamina, you can stay in the game longer. One way to increase your stamina is by running a few miles each day, followed by a cool down workout.

 

As you develop your ability to shoot a basketball, try practicing on one foot only. This will improve many areas of your play, including accuracy when shooting. As you get better, move to practicing your shot from greater distances. Only after you master the basic techniques will you truly get better at long distance shots.

 

Play basketball games with yourself during the season and before it. It is possible to enjoy this team sport even in the absence of your team. There is nothing wrong with that. There are many ways that you can improve your game alone. Practice pivoting or you can practice doing free throws. There are many things you can work on.

 

If you are the parent of a young up and coming basketball player, make sure the coach you trust them with isn't too obsessed about winning. Although this may sound counterproductive, it's actually more important that your son or daughter be encouraged thoughtfully and with care, rather than screamed at and threatened. Check out the reputation of any coach first.

 

Learn how to turn on your pivot foot when stopped with the ball. Being able to pivot is an important skill to learn. If you've pulled up your dribble, you can no longer take any steps forward. That means your back foot can't move. But you can pivot on it to face different directions and fake out an opponent. It can help you out of a jam.

 

Even if you only play basketball once in a while, these tips will help you out. Just start with one tip and watch your game improve. Better offense and defense is yours when you practice using these ideas.