In this video series, our expert Cynthia Dallas will teach you basic basketball skills like shooting, rebounding, and dribbling. She will also show you various drills like the michon drill and mummy wraps to improve your speed, ball handing, and shooting.
First step in a free throw is when the ref passes you the ball. At this point you should step back and take a breath, this will slow you down and help you concentrate. You have 10 seconds to shoot so there is no rush. Next, approach the line. You will find a nail, dot, or spot of paint. This shows you where the center of the court is. Line your shoulders up with the dot, to prevent the ball from going to the left or right of the hoop. Next, you should use a routine you've established to get y...
Learn how to teach your basketball players passing skills with the help of this passing conditioning drill.
Run-in-place is another great defense drill geared at conditioning your players and increasing their overall skill on the basketball court.
Shoot the basketball like a pro using the correct moves. This video shows you how.
Michael Jordan explains how to do the crossover. This basketball move is done when you are dribbling. It is meant to change direction.
In this sports how-to video, Farmington HS boys basketball coach Shane Wyandt and team demonstrate the Pistol Pete ball handling drills. The Pistol Pete ball handling drills will help improve hand eye coordination in addition to ball handling technique. Follow along with this video and learn how to carry out the Pistol Pete exercise. Try at home.
This is great for coaches or players who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of rebounding in basketball. Coach Kirby Schepp makes it easy for even beginners who are just learning this great sport. He explains it, his players demonstrate it, and a drill is shown so you can practice it on your own.
Learn how to improve your basketball skills with the help of this drive and dish drill. Drive to the basket and dish the ball!
John Lane, guard for the world-famous Harlem Globetrotters, demonstrates how to do a mind-boggling array of tricks. These include spins, arm rolls, head catches, and around-the-worlds. Clown around like a Harlem Globe Trotter.
Watch how the different plays in the freelance circle offense are being played when defensive players are on the basketball court.
Learn the responsibilities that the center has to take on during a rebound play in a basketball game. Great video for coaches and center position players alike.
This video series covers the three offensive moves for low post situations. After an introduction to the 3 in 1 moves, see how to do the fake and fade away, the shot fake and pivot, and the fake shot fake shoot.
This basketball coaching video shows you how to run the fast break play. Get as many players running to the other hand while on offense.
Playing in the paint… what does it mean exactly? Inside the paint means close up to the rim, in the area below the hoop that is actually painted a different color than the rest of the basketball court. This video will show young players and coaches how to effectively play inside the paint, with drills for layups, rebounding and more. This is the roughest and most dangerous part of the game, so knowing the best defense and offense is key to winning.
Learn awesome freestyle basketball tricks, passes and shots from Professional basketball trickster, Q-Mack! In this video Q-Mack teaches you how to do the freestyle trick called 'the finger spin.' It's the most famous freestyle trick in basketball!
In this sports how-to video, Farmington HS boys basketball coach Shane Wyandt and team demonstrate the shell 5 defense drill. The five man shell drill is an effective way to train defensively for basketball. Follow along with this video demonstration and learn the shell five drill.
Learn how to play basketball better including how to dribble between the legs, behind the back, how to make a reverse lay-up, and more with expert basketball tips in this free online sports instruction video series.
Learn awesome freestyle basketball tricks, passes and shots from Professional basketball trickster, Q-Mack! In this video Q-Mack teaches you how to do the freestyle trick called 'the disappearing ball.' Really it is just a fake pass!
This is great for coaches or players who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of lay ups in basketball. Coach Kirby Schepp makes it easy for even beginners who are just learning this great sport. He explains it, his players demonstrate it, and a drill is shown so you can practice it on your own.
Chioma Ezeogu, who plays wing attack for England and Middlesex, shows how she gets away from her opponent. Netball is similar to basketball but with no backboard behind the net, and no dribbling. Evasion techniques involve fakes and rolls. Get away from your opponent in netball.
Red Bull has a rich history of supporting athletes and artists achieve their goals, whether that's breaking a rebound record or getting back into painting. Ever wonder how to capture the inspiration that these star athletes and artists have?
In this tutorial, we learn how to establish the set shot in basketball with Chase Curtis. The set point is the location of the basketball just before you shoot it. The execute the set point, make an "l" shape with your arm, your elbow should be aligned with your shoulder. Your wrist should be cocked and you should be able to see underneath the arm from a front view. The other hand should be lightly touching the side of the ball, giving it a small amount of stabilization. Follow these tips to ...
In this video, we learn how to properly aim your shot at the basket. When playing, you need to make sure you don't hit the back rim or the ball will shoot back at you. If you don't reach the basket, it's probably not going to go in. When shooting, focus on the open space in the basket, then lay the ball into the net. This will give you a soft target with a greater margin of error. If you can put the ball anywhere in the net, it's probably going to make it all the way through!
In this tutorial, we learn how to release point in basketball with Tom. If you hesitate or hang, you will lose power in your legs and your ball will go short and flat. When you reach the top of your jump you will want to release your ball to get the most height out of it. When shooting the jump shot, pay attention to what it feels like when you are going to shoot. You want to feel powered up not effortless or underpowered when you are shooting. Time your release and make sure you have a high ...
In this video, Tom tells us how to position your feet when shooting a ball. Momentum when you are shooting has to be controlled. You will have to plan how you are going to use your feet and what your lead and stop foot will be. You want to make sure the foot that is closest to the basket is facing it and not facing another way. You also want to create stability when you are shooting baskets. Establish your stop foot with the one closest to the basket. Once you get your feet down in the right ...
One of the most important and overlooked aspect of basketball is free throws. There's no reason a free throw can't be made every time, and this video will teach coaches and young children playing ball the best practices for getting ready for making the free throw. Shooting a free throw means repetition, it means practicing, because no matter where the team plays, the free throw line and the rim are always going to be familiar, so shooting a free throw shouldn't be a problem.
This is how to do the Manu Ginobili step back jumper! NBA hot shot show's us how to pull the step back jumpshot, one of his Signature Moves on Nike's series. First the long step and catch your balance. Then setup for the rim. Go behind the back and then see what you have in front of you.
Defense is essential to playing basketball well. Learn basketball skills and strategies in this video basketball lesson which will show you how to guard your yard.
Play tight defense and control the pace of the game. Learn how to run a man-to-man defense in youth league basketball in this free series of basketball lessons videos from an experienced coach.
Shut down the opponent's star player! Learn how to run a zone defense in youth league basketball in this free series of basketball lessons videos from an experienced coach.
Learn how to use the Catch & Shoot technique to save time when shooting a three point shot in basketball.
This video shows you how to do the Lebron James crossover. LB #23 from the Cleveland Cavaliers presents his Signature Move from Nike's series on NBA All Star court moves. Create space, fake drive, crossover dribble and finish at the rim.
Learn how to do the Kobe Bryant pump fake & pivot! This is another Nike Signature Move from NBA Laker MVP Kobe Bryant. Get in triple threat position. Jab step, drive by, pump fake and then pivot. This is a mid-range game for when you have an aggressive defender. Show him the ball, step through for a drive. If the defender is close left pivot around in a pirouette. Take the shot or you've got the teammate.
In this sports how-to video, Farmington HS boys basketball coach Shane Wyandt and team demonstrate 2-ball, ball handling drills. These two ball, ball handling drills are meant to work on the change of pace dribble, between the legs and behind the back pivots, and change of direction. Follow along with this instructional video to learn how to do two ball drills.
Improve your baksetball technique with a few drills. In this how-to video the Farmington HS boys basketball coach Shane Wyandt and team demonstrate the five man weave. The five man weave is an essential part of playing basketball. Follow along and learn how to do the five man weave.
Get all the players open for a shot. Learn how to play the motion offense in youth basketball in this free basketball lesson video from an experienced coach.
Learn awesome freestyle basketball tricks, passes and shots from Professional basketball trickster, Q-Mack!
Learn how to pull off a crossover move for jump shots on the basketball court with the help of this demonstration.
This is great for coaches or players who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of their individual offense in basketball. Coach Kirby Schepp makes it easy for even beginners who are just learning this great sport. He explains it, his players demonstrate it, and a drill is shown so you can practice it on your own.