As online basketball training grows, defenders are hard to fool with usual European moves.
So, today KBT shares two most popular European stages. Use weirdest moves to make your opponent panic!
1. A misleading change of direction and connection with European step
Unlike usual Eurostep, which goes out and then in, Eurostep is called in and then out. It got its name because arms and legs are same when jumping and shooting.
When breaking through, we can first change wrong direction, pass ball in and take a trial step out to confuse opponent, and then take first step with ball in and second step out. to complete finish.
Because misdirection before euro step increases breakout threat on first step, it is often difficult for a defender to react when second step is made.
Second, bombardment connects with European step
This is Westbrook's famous trick. It's almost impossible to defend when it's used in a fast break downtime. This is same as first European step. We're still probing out before breakthrough.
But this time, we don't need to change direction to mislead opponent, but instead we need to dribble directly energetically, and ball combines to kill inside. This time we also use second step to kill outside. , and finish finish with a downtime. .
Finally, no matter what European step is, you should pay attention to distance between you and defender and start with ball when you are more than one hand away from defender to maximize effect of European step.
I wish all brothers to gallop around yard with a European step!
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May 15, 2023