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5 Two-Ball Dribbling Drills Every Basketball Player Should Try


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Participating in various two-ball drills is a great way to improve coordination and overall skill development for when you’re out on the court. A great example of one of these two-ball dribbling drills is the Windshield Wiper. The Windshield Wiper is a drill in which you dribble each ball simultaneously in a wiper-like motion. Another is the Circle drill in which you dribble the balls through your legs or in a reverse motion, whichever you feel is more advantageous to your personal skill set.

Key Takeaways:

  • Although two-ball dribbling can seem to be a flashy and pointless exercise, it actually serves some valid uses.
  • Two-ball dribbling forces the dribbler to use their non-dominant hand, a good exercise as players tend to revert to the dominant side in stressful game moments.
  • There is also the point that handling two balls at once is innately more difficult, requiring much more focus and skill.

“With all of the different Instagram trainers out there, there’s no shortage of two-ball dribbling drills online.”

Read more: https://www.stack.com/a/5-two-ball-dribbling-drills-every-basketball-player-shoulder-know

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