This [tag]basketball drill [/tag] has been helpful with improving my guards dribbling under pressure, teaches her not to pick up her dribble, to protect the ball, and forces her to improvise her dribbling moves to try to beat her defenders.
1 on 2 Pressure Ballhandling Drill 1 Starts on the baseline with the ball. The two defenders try to trap and/or stop the ball. 1 tries to beat the defense and score at the opposite hoop.
Line your players along the baseline in 3 or 4 lines. Have them dribble to the free throw line, take two hard dribbles backwards, then explode forward with the dribble. Perform this move 4 times down the court. At the free throw line, half-court, opposite free throw line, and the end of the court.
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A drag dribble or retreat dribble creates space and relieve the pressure. Instead of dancing and making a bunch of dribble moves that don’t take them anywhere, players need to dribble down hill toward the defender and use their body to get into the defense. Once they get the defender going down hill, the ball handler can use a drag dribble to stop and allow the defender to keep going, thus creating space between them and the defender.
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Drill Instruction: Start this drill while standing in a completely upright position, and not the athletic position that has been associated... You need two balls to perform this drill The first of those balls will be held in front of you with your left hand, while the second of those balls will be ...
Re: Dribbling under intense defensive pressure..... stay in the middle part of the court. stay away from the sides as much as possible. if he's guarding you too close, keep on changing directions by dribling low and using simple spin moves, fakes and hesitation moves. wait for the oportunity to beat your oponent. be patient and dont panic.
The ballhandler will then dribble along the sideline towards the second defender, who will sprint out to trap him once he reaches the hash mark. Your ballhandler needs to then stop, take two dribbles backwards away from the trap, crossover and dribble away.