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Best 1 on 1 Basketball Games (IMPROVE SCORING)

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These are some of the best 1 on 1 basketball drills and are a great way to work on your scoring and 1 on 1 moves. Learning to read your defender is one of the most important things when it comes to scoring in a 1 on 1 situation and these 4 games will help your learn to do just that. By reading your defenders feet, attacking quickly off the catch, and locating your target early you will score more points then ever before!

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  1. can you make a video about defense…

  2. make a video on how to beat someone in an isolation

  3. collin i want to be as good as you are can you give us more of your tips because they helped me the most👍👍and your ankle breakers are my 2 favorite videos post more of those please

  4. could you.breakdown kobe bryant s jab strp

  5. could you.breakdown kobe bryant s jab step

  6. #AskCoachC hey coach Collin I have a major issue. Despite dipping the ball and sweeping feet forward my upperbody leans forward over my knees I think it's because I still lack power. How do I keep my back completely straight so I can square shooting shoulder and hip to the basket???

  7. Coach can you give me some creative layup video ,THX

  8. Coach can you nake a video that how to read your defender feet so that the attacker can easily cross the defender

  9. The 2-3 dribble rule in 1 on 1 games is ineffective as it programs players to focus on getting shots off in strictly within that limitation(drive-pull up jump shot) rather than on time or visual circumstance. in a isolation situation you do not have a 2-3 dribble rule but a response to defensive adjustments(help defense.double teams.). how many players in the pro game do you see exhibit this limitation when they play? LeBron? No. Kobe? No. KD, Kyrie, Paul, Melo, Westbrook, Curry? None. all use to the dribble extensively with various moves and response to VISUAL pressure to counter move or pass to the open man. just because they get bumped when they drive does not automatically constitute taking a fadeaway or a step back due to having taken a few dribbles. Most overdribbling occurs in size up dribble when initiating and isolation from the perimeter which is a habit learned from playing streetball growing up(nothing against streetball but this is usually where it starts due to circumstances) without shot clocks rather than the old school Pick a Hip and Attack
    Directly method. I don't see coaches teaching this method as they use to including in the League as almost all of the best permieter players have long size up dribble routines versus perimeter players in the past. Timed possessions are more effective as it simulates game play response to help defense and allows the player to have the freedom to create more off the dribble without the pre programmed get the shot off in within this many dribble rule.

  10. Hey guys I'm trying to get a better jumper but no matter how much I get it I can't get a consistent (at least 3/5 sinks) I'm doing everything that they tell you in YouTube but it's not helping

  11. Steve Nash shooting secrets Part 2. He is one of the best five shooters of all time!!

  12. coach can old help me with my flying elbow PLS do it in a video of ask coach

  13. Kid in the black shirts defense makes me cringe, btw travels everywhere

  14. Can you do a video on step back jumper mistakes?

  15. I've been working on my read and react offense (wide open shoot and if i'm pressured then get to the hoop), and my scoring hasn't really gone up. I was wondering if you knew how I could help my game some?

  16. Your jumper is UGLY but it's fire which is all that matters 😂lmao

  17. Welcome to American Airlines! Have a nice trip

  18. Good Video great single coverage options. Love exploring options off pivots but 1:30 is a travel. You have the right foot established but lift it prior to the release. Got to be a step through and two foot release.

  19. for all u noobs out there calling traveling. . if i had to call a travel yet, it would be at ~01:33. When he caught the ball, his right foot was his pivot foot, and then he quickly switched it to the left–i'm nit-picking of course and i wouldn't have called this as a ref (but this is by far the MOST common, most un-called travel ull see in NCAA/NBA).

    im just pointing out the irony that none of u noobs actually can spot a travel when it happens.

  20. Well I just lost a bet with my friend, I gave him $100.00 and I'm literally sitting here and crying as I'm typing this shit.

  21. My friend is about 1.90 m tall. I can't get to the rim to make a lay up, because he is so tall and spreads his arms so that I am not able to dribble well and get to the baseline to do a lay up. When I stand at the top of the key I try to dribble, hesitate and then do a jump back to do a jump shot, but he is always very close to me. Should I play more aggressively? Or is there an other solution? Sorry if my English is bad

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