Weak Hand Development Drills for Basketball (Part 2)

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To be a great player, you can’t have a ‘weak’ hand. You need to be able to effectively pass, dribble and finish around the basket with either hand. Dennis Stanton of Every Level Basketball demonstrates more of our favorite weak hand development drills for basketball players. .

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10 comments

  • rjtkoh 6 years ago

    Great video! I'm goin to try these tonight. Sweet sound track too!

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  • Christopher Lee 6 years ago

    very nice drills. i did these drills for about 2 months and i feel way more
    confident dribbling with both hands. Thank u so much!

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  • Johnson Recio 6 years ago

    Thanks for this drills. I think it will improve my weak hand dribbling. 🙂
    I hope more drills to come.

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  • Horwin Jia 6 years ago

    Can u bring the black guy back? I kind of liked him better, no offense

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  • Dee Trease 6 years ago

    This video is great

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  • Michael Scarn 5 years ago

    i cant did a in n out with my leftie man ,anyway keep it up

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  • 오윤상 5 years ago

    this is nice video

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  • Ryan Kelly 5 years ago

    Good stuff. I was just wondering why you guys recommend holding the ball
    with only the weak hand instead of collecting it with both hands before
    going up for a layup. I understand the goal of the drill is to get as much
    work as possible with the weak hand, but it seems like you wouldn't want to
    be getting into an unnecessarily vulnerable position where the ball could
    be poked away pretty easily. Is there a reason you wouldn't go with a more
    secure and game-like finish while still using the weak hand for the actual
    release of the layup? (As a side note, is a finish using exclusively one
    hand done more often in basketball than I realize?)

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  • d13252002 5 years ago

    look like it's helpful

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  • Brianna Robinson 5 years ago

    tryna be ready for basketball this school year??

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