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Become A Pro On The Basketball Court By Following These Tips

No matter how you enjoy basketball, whether playing or watching, knowing more about it can help.
Understand how points are earned. Don't worry. Basketball is pretty easy to learn and is fun, too. This article will give you tips whether you're watching or playing.

Always follow through when shooting. A great way to practice is to hold your follow through until the ball goes in the basket or misses. This will give you some clues on why you missed a shot or where you need to strive for consistency. Watch how other players follow through and follow their lead.


Make your passes quick and precise. This takes practice, but you can improve your passing skills over time. Find someone else who wants to improve their passing and run drills with them. Running up and down the court passing and dribbling will eventually become second nature and help you with your game.


One of the hardest skills to learn in basketball is how to relax while shooting. Concentrating on the back of the rim or where you want the ball to hit on the backboard are great ways to practice this. It might seem strange learning how to relax, but the more you do it, the better prepared you will be come game time.


To be successful with free throws, you need to be sure you're taking the best approach. When at the foul line, have your feet about a shoulder's width apart. Now, use both hands to dribble the ball. Bend your knees and and picture the ball going into the basketball as you take your shot.



When you are dribbling the ball, be sure that you are doing so with your head up. If you have your eyes on the ball instead while you are dribbling it, you cannot keep an eye on those defending you. This could lead to them stealing the ball away from you.

Practice as many different shots as you can. You never know when you will need one during a game. If you only practice bank shots, then you will feel less comfortable making a 3-point shot or a lay-up. Practice them all and you will see improvements in all of your shots.



Do not practice solely against zone defense. While much of the game is played in zone, the opponent can flip to man-to-man coverage, changing everything and surprising you. This can cause your team to lose momentum to the other side if this isn't something you've practiced.



Everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. Learn to play to your strengths and practice to improve your weak points. Not everyone on the team can be the guy who scores every point. Your position may be better suited on the defensive end. You can only learn these things through practice and play.


Learn to control the ball when you need to change your pace suddenly. If your are able to plant your feet and then quickly dribble the ball while on the move, you gain a distinct advantage over your opponent. If your defenders think you are slowing down to make a shot, they will straighten up to try to block it.


To master dribbling, try the 10-5 drill. Start with your right hand and power dribble for 10 seconds. Slow it down for five seconds, then switch hands and repeat. This helps your arms learn about the changes in dribbling pace associated with a competitive game, building muscles and giving you strength.


Listen to your coach. Even if you don't agree with him or her, your coach is the one with the plan. Remember, you've got four other people on the court with you, so a team plan of action is vital to your success. If just one person goes a different direction, then you'll fail.


A good rebound player can be a huge advantage for his team. Rebounding is about attitude more that skill. Think of every shot as a potential miss and be ready to position yourself to get the ball. Be alert for team members who are in a good position to make the shot.


In the off season, it is important to stay in shape so you can be at your best when the games begin again. Formulate a few goals, but make sure they are goals that you can actually reach. For example, jogging may be a part of your routine. Start slow and then increase your time as your endurance goes up.

You are more likely to stick with your program this way.

To become a much better basketball player, try speaking with teammates and learning what they do. Basketball is nothing if not a team sport. Offense and defense aren't up to the individual. Everyone should help each other. Speak with them and make them aware of when you require assistance so that all of you play better.


To better three-point shooting, try using NBA distance as the minimum. All other three point lines are closer than what the NBA uses. Putting in the shot from the NBA distance will give you an advantage over defenders who are not expecting it.

Bounce passes cause the defender to bend over to try to get the ball from you, often leaving them off balance. This is a great way to pass the ball to a teammate, allowing you to spin around your defender while they have no balance, leaving you open to take a shot.


AS you dribble the basketball down the court, keep your knees bent. The ball is harder to control dribbling when you stand up straight. It also leaves you open to a steal from the opposing team. Just a little bending at the knees can make a huge difference in your overall ball control.



When coming down from a rebound catch, try to land and spread your legs wider than your shoulder span to better your balance. Keep the ball to your chest and hold it with two hands. Watch that your elbows don't hit an opponent or a foul will be called.

Understanding the basics of basketball legends is what stood between your current game and a much improved version. With these tips ready to be used, you can now amp up your skills until you start winning more than you are losing.
This will provide you with what you need to love basketball through and through.