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Learn how to maneuver a crossover if you get the ball fairly often. This technique passes the basketball from your left hand to the left hand. You have to do this quickly to get good results. When done correctly, a crossover dribble lets you alternate directions suddenly so that you can move down the entire court quickly.

Make sure to practice your layups frequently. Layups account for up to 80 percent of every 5 shots in basketball. Run as fast as possible, then smoothly jump and shoot. This method will assist you to improve your ability to jump and then shoot.

Free throws are as much mental and physical abilities. Stay calm and vigilant to improve your free throw percentage.

A great way to practice sound passing is to drill without dribbling. It is difficult playing without dribbling; however, but it will help you to be sure that everyone is passing accurately.

Would you like to learn how to fool the opposing team?Back passes can give your team the opportunity to score while the other players.Use the dominant hand whenever trying a behind the basketball when trying this pass. This should help to trick the opposing team.

Good footwork remains a shot when you are posting up. You must beat the good spot ahead of your opponent. Once you're in position, you'll have to then secure your spot. Both of those skills rely on some solid footwork.

You need to be quick to play good at basketball.Try to play faster than the opponents for an advantage. You have to do a lot of drilling to play faster. But don't try to go even faster than you are able. Playing beyond your capabilities will lead to bad passes and excessive turnovers.

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