Single-Double Ball Handing Drill

I have recently grown away from using a lot of cones on the court with player development. However, I do think they’re good to break out now and then to get players moving in tight spaces and making crisp moves and improving wrist control with the ball lower to the ground. Additionally, if you’re working with younger players, the bright cones can help with engagement because they have “obstacles” to navigate as they have a more difficult time imagining defenders.

Make sure the players start the ball in the opposite hand each time they begin at the 1st cone so the same pattern isn’t repeated.

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