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Hey guys,

Lately I've found myself with a lot of time since school has been out, and I've decided that I need to improve my ball handling so I can have a better chance of making the team next year. What are some noticeably effective things I can do to give me better handles?
 

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keep your hands soft with lotions but dont be afraid to get a little rough - reach arounds are often welcome but you have to know your audience
 

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in all seriousness though see if you can find some of the youtube videos of the drills pistol used to practice at
 

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keep your hands soft with lotions but dont be afraid to get a little rough - reach arounds are often welcome but you have to know your audience

Haha that was pretty good. I guess I could of phrased the question better
 

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One obvious but easy thing to do is just dribble where ever you go... it will get you used to dribbling with your head up (so don't walk out into traffic) and you'd be surprised how much it helps your handle. Force yourself to use your offhand as much as possible.
 

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Just dribble a lot. If you sit on a chair and teach yourself to consistently be able to cross the ball over under the chair, that's one way to improve.
 

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Hey guys,

Lately I've found myself with a lot of time since school has been out, and I've decided that I need to improve my ball handling so I can have a better chance of making the team next year. What are some noticeably effective things I can do to give me better handles?
This can seriously increase basketball skill guaranteed ShrinkEarn
 
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