In our previous tutorial, most of content was dedicated to individual skills, but basketball is a team sport that only focuses on improving individual skills and does not focus on team, so it is not popular on court.
The first key to a good basketball game is passing. Coach Wang gave students a full-fledged training in ball passing techniques, and today I will share it with my brothers!
When it comes to most common pass on court, first thing to bear brunt is chest pass.
This pass looks simple, but it's full of detail. The first detail is that pass route must pass ball directly to chest of a teammate.
The direct passing path allows ball to reach teammates in shortest possible time. You can find two people to practice this fast transfer.
The second detail is that speed of passing ball in front of chest should be high. Although pass with too high an arc is far from defender, this reduces speed of pass and can easily lead to an interception by opponent.
So when passing flat, you must learn to accelerate ball by shaking your wrist so that the pass line stays straight without losing speed.
In addition to main way of passing ball, hitting ball is also a good choice.
When our flat passing line is completely blocked, or when confronted by a tall defender, this is a safe way to choose a lower center of gravity for passing from ground.
When using a ground pass to prevent a defender from seeing you, you can do a few feints before passing ball to ground to increase success rate of subsequent passes.
If you are confident in your passing, you can try passing behind your back.
When hitting an opponent's defense in a real fight, hitting ball off ground can make your pass safer and more aesthetically pleasing.
When passing ball behind back, fingers should be turned towards a teammate, giving a slight lead to pass, while shaking wrist to ensure straightness and speed of ball.
The passing skill is very simple, but KBT wants to tell everyone that technical understanding of passing is much more important than skill. Common sense that anyone can have.
Therefore, learning simple passing and sweeping tactics is also important for real players. So in a closed training camp, Coach Wang had his students practice classic passing and sweeping tactics.
And have them do a real 3v2 combat drill demanding that they can't dribble and that attackers can only complete last hits by passing ball and running from position. This practice is intended to reduce personal humiliation of players in game, force them to find players through running positions, find open spaces to perform aerial cuts, and fully develop their team awareness.
But in end, KBT wants to tell everyone that most important thing on basketball court is a silent understanding between teammates. Between passing and running, communication between teammates is most lacking and most critical. Only full communication can develop implicit speed of understanding, making passing and sweeping tactics more successful;
Secondly, basketball is a sport that tests ability of a team. No matter how outstanding your personal skills are, you cannot become a leader on court. love his teammates, so brothers should not ignore practice of simple passes!
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May 15, 2023