The hanging, spinning reverse layup has found its way into the highlight reels of some of the world’s most gifted stars.
A staple of Kobe Bryant’s slashing drives to the hoop, the reverse flummoxes big men and is an indispensable move for shorter players driving into the paint.
When done correctly, the reverse layup is virtually unblockable and can be executed in tight areas in the blink of an eye.Continue reading
The floater can be one of the most efficient shots in basketball……if players spend enough time working on it.Analytics tell us that open three-point shots and layups are still the best ways to finish a possession when you can get them, but I’m a big fan of a well-practiced floater.It’s a great way to exploit […]Continue reading
Every basketball player, regardless of style of play or position, must be able to throw an accurate bounce pass.
It’s a fundamental pass in basketball.
A bounce pass unlocks different angles that might not have been possible otherwise.Continue reading
The chest pass is one of the first things that a young basketball player learns.
Learning this simple pass is vital as it serves as the foundation for more advanced passing techniques that players will learn as they get older.
In this blog post, I’ll give you a few steps to master the chest pass.Continue reading
Every modern basketball player should work on the jab step and attacking out of triple threat.
This position keeps your options open.
You can (1) shoot, (2) drive, or (3) pass the ball.Continue reading
There are few moves in basketball more effective for blowing by your defender than the “Allen Iverson Crossover”.
It looks like an incredibly simple move at surface level, but it works at any level of competition.
Anyone can execute the basic variation of the move, but there’s only one king when it comes to crossovers, and his name is Allen Iverson.
In this blog post I’ll break down the Allen Iverson crossover and give you a step-by-step guide on how to execute it yourself.Continue reading