Creating space for your shot and opening clear lanes to the basket can improve your scoring efficiency, but to set up such prime scoring opportunities, basketball players must be able to execute several types of passes.
“It’s much easier to score off the pass than off the dribble,” says Daryl Smith, CEO and president of D-Trained, a gym that specializes in training basketball players.
Here, Smith dishes some proven techniques for making good chest and bounce passes.
The Chest Pass is best suited for:
The Bounce Pass is best suited for:
Coaching Points: Perform at full speed // Practice crisp, accurate passes // Focus on following correct sequence of passes