This is a great 2-ball stationary dribbling workout - do each drill for 30 seconds with a 30 second break after the last drill. 4 rounds for a total of 12 minutes.
2 Ball Wipers
In a triple threat stance, dribble the basketballs at the same time and with the same motion - you’ll be creating a “v” by dribbling side-to-side.
2 Ball Circle
Only one basketball will be dribbled at a time - and you’ll be moving them in a circular motion. As the ball in your right hand is hitting the ground, you’ll be passing the ball from your left hand to your right, and as this is happening the ball that just hit the ground is coming up to your left hand. About the time the ball comes up to your left hand you start over again with the ball now in your right hand hitting the ground. You repeat this pattern for the circular motion.
2 Ball High-Low
In a triple threat stance, dribble one basketball high and the other basketball low. Do this dribbling in both hands: right hand dribble high; left hand dribble low and then switch to right hand dribble low; left hand dribble high. When you get comfortable, switch it up during the drill.
2 Ball Consecutive Cross
In a triple threat stance, dribble crossover with both basketballs. Pick a ball that is always crossing in front and the other always crosses behind. Your basketball should be hitting the center point of your crossover at the same time.
2 Ball Consecutive Between
In a triple threat stance, dribble crossover one basketball and between the legs with the other basketball. Your front basketball will be the one crossing over and the back one you’ll go between the legs. Your dribbles should be hitting the court at the same time otherwise you won’t be able to do this drill.
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