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Basketball Step-By-Step by Brian Burns, Mark Dunning

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Move ball to shooting position release the ball offensive power layup right to left This move is made when you have a path to the basket but there is a defender on your right and one on your left when you arrive at the basket. You have to be strong and determined now in order to achieve the shot. You might also be able to draw a foul for a bonus free throw. ● Make your dribble approach from ● Try to find a gap on the floor as ● You have now gone across the lane the right side of the lane while keeping near to the basket as possible (very and to the left side of the basket.

Height and step forward into the out in front of your body. passing action. gather the ball step forward bounce pass | 33 ● Extend your elbows and snap your ● Aim for the ball to bounce just over ● The receiver should be able to ● The receiver grips the ball firmly in wrists to release the ball and direct it halfway between passer and receiver. catch the ball comfortably at around both hands and brings it up level with waist height. his chin. at the floor. direct ball at floor offensive overhead pass The overhead pass can be used in a variety of game situations when the angle and trajectory you need to get the ball to the receiver calls for a slightly elevated release.

You will be power- come to a two-footed, one-count stop dribbling your way to the basket. while protecting the ball. Then, jump up straight or you may need to go back up for a jump off both feet. “shot fake” made by slightly raising the and high, protecting the ball, and shoot rebound if you miss the shot. ball and your head and shoulders up the ball off the backboard into the toward the basket. basket on the left side of the rim. execute “pump fake” jump and shoot get ready to jump offensive left-hand reverse layup There will be times in a game when your usual path to basket for a right-handed layup on the right-hand side of the basket will be blocked by a defensive player or players.

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