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DRIBBLING FOR BASKET MICHAEL FINLEY SIXTH GRADE
Rules of Dribbling
You cannot dribble with two hands at the same time This is called double- dribble
You cannot dribble the ball underhanded According to the rules in the Game of basketball this is called CARRYING.
You cannot move more than two steps without dribbling According to the rules in the game of basketball this is called TRAVELING.
Cues of Dribbling
Use Your Fingers Use fingers to keep better control of basketball
Keep ball waist High –Keep ball waist high so that defenders cannot get the ball so easily.
Dribble with Head Up Dribble with head up to prevent yourself from running into somebody.
Keep control of Ball Keep control of ball to go pass opponents under control.
Different Kinds of dribbles
Cross-Over dribble The cross-over dribble is when you dribble from one hand to the other quickly.
Hesitation Dribble With the hesitation dribble you dribble fast toward defender, slow down, and then go fast past him to make shot.
Stutter Step dribble With the stutter step dribble you dribble in place moving your feet fast and then take off very fast.
Different ways to practice dribbling
Practice using both hands Dribble with one hand behind back for a certain amount of time, and then switch to the other hand.
Dribble around cones in gym Dribble around cones to get used to dribbling around opponents in a game situation
Use big trashcans to work on crossover Use big trashcans to work on the quickness of ones crossover.
Do upper body workouts with weights Lift weights to increase the strength in ones arms so that he or she will not get the ball taken from them because of weakness.
Safety Precautions for dribbling
Do not practice dribbling on a wet area If you do this you will probably end up breaking a bone from falling.
Do not try to dribble with your feet in basketball If you attempt this you will more than likely fall and injure yourself.
Do not bring Sharp objects around basketballs The reason we do not do this is because you might burst the ball.
Games to play with dribbling
Relay basketball You have two even teams and you do a relay race with dribbling and who ever gets finished first wins.
Timed Dribbling You and your partner can see who can go the longest without messing up dribbling.
Take away The object of this game is to try to take someone else’s ball while still keeping control of yours.
Characteristics of a good dribbler
Keeps control of ball Dribbles with head up Does not carry, double dribble, or travel
Credits NBA.com Syracusebasketball.com NBDLbaskeball.com Kazaa.com WNBA.com
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