Stephen Curry Wrap Dribble ALL-STAR GAME: Basketball Moves

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Here is our how to breakdown of Stephen Curry’s signature Wrap Dribble Move. He used this move in the 2014 All-Star Game to split Dwyane Wade and LeBron James. Other shifty NBA players like Kyrie Irving, Rajon Rondo, and James Harden use this to split defenders and get great looks at the hoop. It is not as hard as you might think!!!

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This video of Shot Mechanics is brought to you by the Hoop Diaries Separation Series Skill Pack. This is a mobile download of 8 timed drills that will give you the killer handles you need to get that separation and snap some ankles. I produced this product so I personally guarantee that it will increase your handles. Get your copy today and help the show! Hi I’m Coach Collin Castellaw with Shot Mechanics.com and this is the Stephen Curry Wrap Dribble. Now in the All-Star game Stephen Curry put on a handles clinic and used this wrap dribble to split the defense for an easy layup. What made this move even more impressive is he used his left hand to wrap it around his leg and then push it out past the defenders. So i wanted to break this move down for you. It’s not as hard as you think it might be abd it can be super useful in a tough situation. Before we break it down for you show us some love with a like , comment, or subscription to our channel. We are growing everyday and we want you to be apart of the ride. So let’s learn how Steph does it. to begin this move Stephen Curry has to set up his defender with a jab cross. this gets Dwyane Wade’s momentum moving forward as Stephen Curry brings back his crossover. From here Stephen Curry can see that he has beat Dwayne Wade but he can see that LeBron James is beginning to come to help. So Stephen Curry wraps the ball between his legs that way his legs shield the ball from the defenders as it passes through. Notice how he pushes the ball really far out in front of him. That way each defender can not get a hand on it. Then the last step he gets his eyes up quick to read the help side defender. Carmelo is late on the help side rotation so Steph gets and easy bucket. Alright so let’s review for you. There is kind of 3 main things you want to think about when you are doing this move. #1 it works best if both of the defenders are on the side of you. if ones in front or ones in behind it makes it a lot more vulnerable for a steal. #2 when you wrap the ball around your leg you want to push it out in front of you as far as you can. That way you get extra separation from the defender sticking their hands in. #3 you want to get your eyes up as quick as you possibly can that way you can see the help side defender and make a decision if you want to shoot or pass. Alright that is it I’m Coach Collin Castellaw with Shot Mechanics.com don;t forget to show us a little love with a like, comment or subscription and check out our website shotmechanics.com. You guys are awesome for watching and I hope you enjoy!

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