Driving the ball and keeping it low on changes makes you quicker and more effective with your dribble. Here is a progression to help drive the ball, change dribble and get your jump shot. Be sure to get back to your shooting foot.
This is a condensed version of perimeter workout progressions with the emphasis being on using an inside pivot
Great for ball handling, decision making and conditioning, "5 Man Weave, 3 on 2, 2 on 1" is a great drill for all teams. Recognition of offensive options in various stages of the break will increase your effectiveness.
"Drop Step, Dribble, Layup." When you get the ball on the wing, use your body as a spacer. As your defender comes over the top to contest the pass, keep him there with your hip and drop step to leave him behind as you go to the basket.
Challenging your ball handling makes all parts of your game better. Here we make a series of quick crossover dribbles into a jump shot. Try "Single Crossover Over The Top Jumpshot."
Have you ever noticed that in today’s world, you talk to someone and the intent of the person you are speaking to is not to understand, but to reply? Nowhere is that more true than in dialogue between player and coach. Players always feel like they are being attacked. Coaches always feel like they are being questioned.