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So did you know dribbling basketball crossovers and making killer crossovers are two entirely different things? Have you ever wondered why some players make it to the next level and others don't? That's why I created this site. So read, study, comment, or ask me questions about making killer basketball crossover moves in my FREE Elite Training Basketball Academy blog here...
Hello, I'm Trevor Huffman, your ex-pro expert basketball guide.
Basketball Training & Coaching Tips for Youth to Pros
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Trevor Huffman Basketball Tips
Hello, I'm Trevor Huffman, creator of How to Play Basketball Drills.com, and your 13 year ex-European point guard, failed NBA player (Hey shoot for the stars, land on the moon!), and elite basketball skills development expert guide.
#1. Start with a low foundation. The closer you are to the ground, the more ball in hand time you have, which is key to making explosive ball movement, which in turn keeps your opponent off balance, non-aggressive, and intimidated.
#2. Begin deliberately practicing our V-Crossovers, In-Out, V-Beside, V-Front, V-Behind the Back, V-Between the legs, Figure Eight, and our other basketball dribbling drills with an awareness of how you wide and long you can take the basketball outside your comfort zone without losing control.
#3. Watch our proper kinesthetic alignment—our knees behind our toes, our back straight, our butt low, our core engaged and not twisting, and where we let go and take the ball with our fingertip control.
#4. Creating blow-by basketball moves must be learned from entry level stationary positions before moving onto moves on the run.
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