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It's Time To Make Things Easier By Reading This Article About Basketball Basketball is an incredibly popular sport. Millions of spectators watch championship games on TV and just as many root for their own smaller high school teams and leagues. Everyone wants to be part of a winning team so if you are a player, you want to give your fans something to really cheer about. So here are some tips to help you improve your game and to score some points for your team and for those who are there to cheer you on. When you are practicing your shooting, make sure that you practice shots that you may be required to make during a game. You should try to shoot the ball while moving around, standing still, and right after you receive a pass. You can have someone toss you a ball while you're running in order to practice taking a shot after the ball has been passed to you. Every shot should have an arc. The ball should arc at the highest point, then began descending toward the goal. This arc helps keep the ball on course. Learn how to consistently shoot using the same arc for best results. As you practice, you will learn what works best for you. As you dribble, bring your body down just a little closer to the ground. This will make it easier to bounce the ball. If the ball has a shorter distance to travel between the ground and your hand, you are less likely to make a mistake that leads to a turnover. Make layups a part of your daily practice regimen. 80% of all shots in a game are usually layups. Run full tilt to the basket, then smoothly jump and shoot. Running and jumping well in practice means better jump shooting in actual games. One of the hardest skills to learn in basketball is how to relax while shooting. Concentrating on the back of the rim or where you want the ball to hit on the backboard are great ways to practice this. It might seem strange learning how to relax, but the more you do it, the better prepared you will be come game time. Work on becoming a more clever basketball player, rather than trying to master a few clever plays. Your opponents will eventually figure out your plays, but will have difficulty if they cannot anticipate your overall playing ability. Learn to be surprising, quick thinking and more agile in your ability to get the ball and work the court. Bend your knees as you dribble the ball. This gets you closer to the surface you are dribbling on and causes the distance between ground and ball to be reduced. This gives your opposition less of a chance to steal the ball away from you as you head for the net. Learn how to be patient and trust your teammates during games. Many players fall into the trap of not passing the ball and trying to do it all themselves. You need to trust them and pass the ball. This is a team sport and passing is part of what helps your team win games. There are some drills you can practice to help you become a better player. For example, power crossovers: first, dribble with your right hand hard, and then quickly move the ball to your left hand. Repeat while passing the ball back to your right hand. This will make you a better at crossovers. Box out every opportunity that you can. If you do not box out, you are going to find yourself sitting warmly on the bench after every break. When the rebound is there, take charge and get the coach's attention with your awesome skill. Work this out in practice and apply it during the game. To defend a person dribbling the ball, it is important to bring your arms up to the ball. When you reach for the ball, starting low means you hit the ball first and not the arm. Hitting the arm first means that you are going to foul -- not end up with the ball. Learn how to do a crossover if you plan to be in possession of the ball a lot. Crossovers are when you move the ball from one hand to the other while dribbling. If done quickly, the opposition won't be able to get the ball away from you as you can pass it to the side they are not on. Move without the basketball. Running the baseline has advantages. You can possibly lose your defender in the paint for a second and become open. At the very least you might distract the ball defender's attention for just a second. Even if you can't get open, set a screen for who has the ball. Put the ball in your hands as much as you can during off-time. You might have seen ball players holding the ball in random places, and there's a reason for that. The more you hold the ball, the more you will handle it, and the more you will be able to control it on the court. To win the game you need to take good shots. Good shots are when you have an open arc to the goal with a high-percentage of scoring. No other players on your team should have a better shot than the one you are taking. Otherwise, it's not a good shot. Be flexible in your body movements. You've probably already noticed that when you try to guard someone who is in a stiff position and stays very still, that it is easier to guard them and take the ball. Those who are flexible and always moving around are much more difficult to catch. Learn how to pay attention to two people at once when on defense. If your assigned man has the ball, give him your full attention. However, if someone else has the ball, mind him and your man. You need to know when your man might get the ball, or when the ballhandler might need a sudden defender to approach him. After all is said and done, it's not too hard to get into basketball. Once you take in what you've gone over above, it's all up to you how far you go with it. Just make sure you know the rules before you hit the court so you have a better chance to win!
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Basketball is very competitive, and it can also be a lot of fun.  People of any age can enjoy it if they know how to play it correctly.  If you've been wanting to get into basketball, then this is the place to start.  Continue on for the tips you need to get started.

When you're passing the ball, make sure that you pass the ball to the location of where the person should be headed.  You don't want your pass to be the reason a person needs to slow down or double back.  Your pass should be aimed for a little bit in front of the person that you are passing to.

When you are practicing your shooting, take the practice shots you would attempt during the game.  You are rarely going to be open for long enough to get your feet planted and line up the shot, so shoot on the move.  Practice off dribble and shooting while moving for better results at game time.

When shooting, always arc the shot, never throw straight.  You have a much better chance of making your baskets when there is an arc on your shots.  If you do not know how much arc to put into your shooting, find one that works best for you during practice and try to consistently produce the same arc during games.

Keep your hands active.  Use a deflective hand high to block shots and intercept passes.  Use a ball hand low to block low passes and try to poke the ball away from your opponent.  Always swipe your hand up when playing the ball.  Swiping down at the ball could result in a foul.

Try yoga to improve your basketball game.  You might not want to tell your teammates about it, since some of them are going to likely laugh.  However, the increased flexibility and agility you get helps prevent injuries or at least leaves able to get back up quicker when you get knocked down.  Don't laugh; Kareem Abdul-Jabaar used it to extend his NBA career.

Work on becoming a more clever basketball player, rather than trying to master a few clever plays.  Your opponents will eventually figure out your plays, but will have difficulty if they cannot anticipate your overall playing ability.  Learn to be surprising, quick thinking and more agile in your ability to get the ball and work the court.

Make sure you have prepared for your games by taking care of yourself.  Don't see your team short by staying up all night, eating junk food before games or skipping practice because you have things you would rather do.  make a commitment to your team by being there for the team on the court and off the court.

Make it your goal to dribble the ball across the entire court in under 5 dribbles.  It isn't impossible, it just takes practice.  If you master this, you will be able to quickly take layups.

When you're playing basketball, make sure that you dribble with your head up.  If you feel that you have to look down every time you dribble, then you need more practice.  Try to practice dribbling all over the place when you can without looking to get better at it.  Watching good point guards can help since they always look forward and around when they dribble.

Set up an obstacle course with chairs or pylons and then dribble around them.  This will help you learn how to get around opponents while keeping control of the ball.  As you get better, make sure your back is to the obstacle as you go by to protect the ball from it.

When you dribble, make sure that you use fingertips instead of palms.  This gives you much more control over the ball.  Using your palms can cause the ball to go all over the place on the court, whereas using your fingertips keeps it under your control when you have to run.

To master dribbling, try the 10-5 drill.  Start with your right hand and power dribble for 10 seconds.  Slow it down for five seconds, then switch hands and repeat.  This helps your arms learn about the changes in dribbling pace associated with a competitive game, building muscles and giving you strength.

A good player on defense will annoy the heck out of the opponent and cause the other team to get flustered.  Get them outside their comfort zone.  Your defensive moves must be aggressive and executed properly.  Other players should not influence the plays you make.  The more aggressively smart team is usually the one who wins.  Rather, you move first so that you interfere with their rhythm.

There are some drills basketball you can practice to help you become a better player.  For example, power crossovers: first, dribble with your right hand hard, and then quickly move the ball to your left hand.  Repeat while passing the ball back to your right hand.  This will make you a better at crossovers.

To play man-to-man defense, it is important to know where your man, the ball, and the basket all are.  This keeps your man from sneaking behind you for a back-door pass, and it also allows you to steal over and help when the ball is across the court from your man.

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