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Basketball Ball Handling Drills - The pullback crossover drill

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A crossover that's like a stutter step and backs the defender off of you so that you can drive or shoot.


Start with the ball in your left or right hand. We'll just say the left hand for now. Then drive hard to the left side and put your right leg out in between the ball and the defender and crossover to your right side. If it works, then the defender should get faked out of his shoes. If you are quick enough when you perform this move then the defender might slip and fall to the ground and you will be able to drive in

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Keep workin' on it until you are confident enough to do it in a real game.


If it doesn't work then you can add a head fake like you are going to shoot and cross back over to the left.


It loses the defender so you can drive in for a lay-up or a dunk.


This basketball drill is licensed under a Creative Commons License. This drill is from Pål Degerstrøm at www.degerstrom.com/basketball.

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