PEP 222-Basketball

PEP 222-Basketball - Cues Pivoting -Plant the foot...

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Cues Pivoting -Plant the foot -Maintain point of control of the floor -Protect the ball Passing -Crisp, but not too hard to catch -Use appropriate pass -Step in the direction of the ball -Stay balanced -Don’t telegraph the pass -Aim the ball between the wrist and shoulders of the teammate -Pass to the side away from the defender Dribbling -Eyes and head up, facing the basket -Be able to dribble w/ both hands -Protect the ball -Control the dribble w/ fingers and wrist, not palm -Push the ball, do not slap it -Knees bent -Dribble w/ right hand when going right, and dribble w/ left hand when going left Shooting -Bend knees to generate power and provide balance -Shoulders square to the basket -Eyes on basket at all times -Shooting arm elbow under the ball -Control the shot w/ fingers -Use the backboard -Maintain balance -Follow though -Backspin -Highest arc possible for accuracy and better bounce off the rim Rebounding -Maintain the inside position -Stay away from under the basket and backboard -Be aggressive -Go to the ball -Keep a firm hold on the ball -Land w/ feet spread and elbows out
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Daily Drills 1/10/07 -Walked, jogged, and ran and dribbled w/ both right and left hand each. Stay low and head up. -Dribbled a ball in both hands at the same time. Stay low and head up.
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PEP 222 taught by Professor Barbw during the Spring '08 term at Ball State.

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