basketball passing skills

First of all, you need Ultimate Orbs~Ultimate Bounce~Ultimate Explosion! ! ! Master or not~ First, he must not lose mentally! ! ! If that doesn't work, just motivate yourself ~ annoy yourself! Points of breakthrough! ~1 Breakthrough with a cross step[Method of action] As an example, take right foot as a pivot. The feet are spread to left and right, knees are slightly bent, center of gravity of body is lowered, ball is held between chest and abdomen. When breaking through, quickly press inside of front of left foot to ground, turn body slightly to right, push left shoulder forward and shift center of gravity forward to right, step forward with left foot forward to right side, dribble to right side, and then dribble, step forward and get around defense quickly. [Action Points] Actively move forward, turn around to explore shoulders to protect ball. 2 Step-by-step breakthrough[Method of action] The posture and movement requirements before breakthrough are different from those for transition. When breaking, take a step forward with your right foot, turn your body to right to explore your shoulders, shift your center of gravity forward, dribble with your right hand, hit front sole of your left foot quickly and step to right to break through defense. [Action Points] Actively step over, turn to explore shoulder to protect ball, and quickly actively tap with other foot. 3 Turn around and break through[Method of action] As an example, take left foot as a pivot. Stand with your back to basket, feet parallel to each other, legs bent, center of gravity lowered, hands holding ball in front of stomach. When breaking through, turn your left foot as an axis, take a step with your right foot to right and back, turn your body to right, turn your toes to side back, release ball with your right hand to front of your right foot, quickly push inside of front of your left foot and move to ball. Exit to basket, circle protection. [Points of Action] Manage your center of gravity to be stable. When right foot steps to right and back, direction of toes should be correct, and inside of forefoot of left footPush off ground actively and powerfully. 4 Turn forward and break through[Method of action] As an example, take left foot as a pivot. The preparatory action before snatch is same as preparatory action for reverse turn. When breaking through, center of gravityshifts to left leg, inside of front of right leg pushes ground, left leg acts as an axis, right leg steps forward to basket when turning front, left shoulderis pressed against basket, right arm After dribbling, place your left foot on ground and step forward to dribble through your opponent. [Points of Action] Shift your center of gravity, push ground, and continuously dribble ball. Finally, beware of fakesok before breakouts to determine best time for breakouts. Dribbling is very important in basketball practice or play because it allows a player to:To move ball forward without being able to pass to a partner; Move ball to a better position Pass ball to a teammate; hold ball while waiting for a teammate to get into position to pass; drive ball to ring on your own and complete throw or throw. However, it is also important not to overdo it. If you dribble too much in a game, four other teammates can only stand and stare at you, thus losing spirit of teamwork promoted by basketball and dribbling becomes slower (passing can be done faster). ball into basket). You have to learn how to dribble and when to dribble (and when to pass). The ball must be dribbled with fingers, not palms. The height of dribbling is best no higher than waist (this way it is easier to control ball). When dribblingrelax your wrists and hit ball in a downward squeezing motion rather than a whipping motion. It is necessary to train both hands in order to skillfully dribble ball. First learn to dribble in place, and then when you master it, you will be able to walk while dribbling. Your movement speed, if you do not consider too much dribbling, first master technique of ball of luck. After mastering technique of leading in walking, again begin to gradually increase speed of movement, up to full speed. Which speed to choose depends on how comfortable you can dribble ball. When dribbling, you should always look up and observe situation on court. If you just look down at ball while dribbling, it's easy for opposition to steal ball and you can't see your teammates who are in good position and you don't even know you're in position. where it is easy to shoot. Controlled dribblingWhen you feel that it is difficult to pass ball and it is impossible to move forward quickly, or when you are watching situation on court and preparing to pass or shoot basket, you should use controlled dribbling. Leading from knee to waist level. Bend your knees slightly and lean forward, which will make it easier for you to control ball and change speed quickly. The arm that is not involved in dribbling must bend at elbow and extend outward, maintain balance, and also prevent opponent from approaching. Fast dribblingIf you want to take ball and rush forward, of course you have to lead fast. At this time, body should also lean forward, throw ball slightly forward, and height of dribbling is slightly higher, between chest and waist. The body is turned in direction of movement, and eyes are watching audience. Variable Speed ​​DribblingThe lead player can use variable speed dribble to break through opponent's defense (of course, he can also use a sudden change of direction or other feints). Doingwith variable speed requires a change in dribbling height in addition to changing dribbling speed. Approach opponent with small steps, then rapidly accelerate(the length of stride also increases), lower height of ball to position of knee and quickly break forward. Switching dribbling takes a lot of practice to use effectively. Defense with a retreat is a very aggressive defensive movement technique. When an opponent tries to break from defender forward or in a certain direction, defender uses a pull to control enemy and capture an advantageous position, violating route of his breakthrough. The keys to retracting a gliding step are: stride length and tempo of retreating stride, direction of retracting stride and cadence of subsequent gliding stride, and control of center of gliding stride. body gravity. The retreat step must be large and pace must be fast in order to take a leading position (the retreat step must be slightly ahead of enemy's front leg), control and destroy enemy's breakthrough path. To increase stride length in abducting step, hip joint should be used as a pivot point in abducting step so that pelvis can rotate laterally around vertical axis of one hip joint to increase stride length of first step. At same time, hip of step-away leg is fully abducted with moderate external rotation to increase length of step-away. The direction of retreat step depends on situation of opponent, usually controlled at a 45 degree angle to break route, if angle is too large, it is easy to cause blocking fouls, if angle is too small, opponent cannot be controlled, and withdrawal slip becomes back step . The cadence of next gliding step should be fast, and next step should be quick off ground with some degree of rolling. , follow quickly, slide in direction of travel, and maintain basic guarding posture to allow for mobility and flexibility in subsequent defensive moves. Keep your knees bent and your upper body lean forward slightly while retracting gliding step.You cannot lean your upper body back due to retracting stride, so you will lose control of your body balance. During subsequent gliding step, legs should not be connected together to avoid large rises and falls of body's center of gravity during gliding, which will affect speed of gliding. When using lateral sliding steps for defense, it is strictly forbidden for opponent to rush towards basket in a straight line, at least he must be forced to attack in an oblique direction at an angle of 40-50 degrees. projection points of basket on ground.

May 14, 2023