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Watch the clip of the Japan Women's National Team and notice how every player catches the ball with their feet in the air.
As defensive ability and intensity increases players offensive players need to develop the ability to create space to get their shot away. The step back move is a skill that most good players use get away from their defender and then raise up into their shot.
Footwork is the most undertaught skill in basketball. The ability for players to stop on balance and pivot both, quickly and efficiently, help make a player a greater threat to score.
As young players learn to dribble the basketball they gradually learn to control the ball and to move the ball where they want.
When a shot goes up defenders must either block out or pursue the rebound immediately, doing neither is not an option. Here are two challenging rebounding drills that require great effort and intensity.
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