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Ball Handling Drills

Beginner:

Description: This 2-ball drill is the first 2 ball drill players should start with. Make sure the balls are even and players are dribbling as hard as possible. Keep your eyes up at all times.

Reps: Players should do these 2-3 times for 30 seconds per workout.

Description: This drill is for players to build build muscle memory. Players should dribble with their fingertips. Keep the balls as low to the ground as possible and tap them as fast as you can.

 

Reps: Players should do these 2-3 times for 30 seconds per workout.

Description: This drill is for players who have mastered the 2-ball low dribble and the ball pounds. It's very important to make sure the balls are even and balanced in this drill.

Reps: Players should do these 2-3 times for 30 seconds per workout.

Advanced

Description: This drill is designed to give players a handle in tight spots and develop quick reflexes for their dribble.

Reps: Players should do this drill 3-4 times each with crosses, between the legs, and behind the backs. 

Description: This 2-ball drill is one of the best 2 ball drills players can do. They are going to tap one ball and keep a tight handle while the other ball is pounding.

Reps: Players should do these for 20-30 seconds each, 2 or 3 times per workout.

Description: This 2-ball drill is a great drill to warmup or end with. Players must control the balls while on the move. Remember to keep the balls as low as possible.

Reps: Players should do these 2-3 times per workout.