Passing

Wing Entry Shooting

May 01, 2015No Comments

Different combo dribbles and passes are used to simulate a point guard to wing entry. The wing player can be stationary or moving prior to

Passing Circle

May 01, 2015No Comments

The Passing Circle is used to develop Zero Seconds passing and catching skills. It applies the skills in a more dynamic way then stationary passing.

2-on-0 Zero Seconds Passing

Mar 16, 2015No Comments

Passing is a foundation of the Basketball Decision Training and Zero Seconds Skill Development training. We emphasize passes outside and across the body of the

One Hand Stationary Passing Wing Entry

Mar 16, 2015No Comments

One Hand Stationary Passing can be made more realistic by adding a wing entry to the action. This skill works on ball handling, passing and

Behind the Back Pass off the Dribble

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Zero Seconds Passing requires the passer to make a decision on the catch and encourages the passer to be creative in their passing.

Behind the Back Pass

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

The behind the back pass is important ball skill that all players should develop. Learning the behind the back pass helps with transfer to the

Step Across Your Body Pass off the Dribble

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Zero Seconds Passing requires the passer to make a decision on the catch and encourages the passer to be creative in their passing. https://s3.amazonaws.com/basketballimmersion/Passing/D-ZeroSecondsPassing-Crossover+Pass+off+the+Dribble.mp4

Stepping Outside Your Body Pass off the Dri...

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Learning to pass outside your body allows a passer to create space for a pass around a defender. This can be done stationary or off

Step Across Your Body Pass

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Learning to pass across your body allows a passer to create space for a pass around a defender. This can be done stationary or off

Step Outside Your Body and Pass

Mar 15, 2015No Comments

Learning to pass outside your body allows a passer to create space for a pass around a defender. This can be done stationary or off