Ball handling, footwork, rebounding and shooting are all keys to being a better basketball player. Basketball drills to work on these fundamental skill sets can make anyone more productive on the court, and STACK's deep library of skills content is loaded with techniques to finely tune your game.
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De'Aaron Fox had a tremendous freshman year playing point guard for the Kentucky Wildcats, who reached the Elite 8 in this year's NCAA tournament. Des...
By: Kyle Scadlock
To be in shape for games, basketball players must condition themselves for long-lasting endurance. (See Three Ways to Get in Basketball Shape.) This...
By: Mike Meister
You can begin teaching your athletes the fundamentals of the game of basketball as early as third grade (or even younger). Showing youth athletes pr...
By: Michael Coleman
In our second installment of the "How to Master Basketball Layups" series, we focus on the "true" layup or, as it's better known, the underhand ...
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NBA prospect Davon Reed has been playing basketball since the age of five and is now poised to take his lifelong passion to the NBA ranks following a success career at the University of Miami.
During the NBA off-season Michael Carter-Williams works on his shot balance and stability with Single-Leg Jump Shots. The Milwaukee Bucks point guard takes two hops on one leg before following through with a jump shot.
NBA point guard Michael Carter-Williams uses the Reverse Pivot Progression Drill in the off-season to improve his on-court skills.
Cleveland Cavaliers assistant coach Phil Handy explains how the Cone Hop shooting drill helps players learn to set their feet in traffic. Kevin Love demonstrates.
Here's a drill that will teach you to shoot more accurately on the move, demonstrated by Kevin Love and explained by Cleveland Cavaliers assistant coach Phil Handy.