Learning Basketball Dribbling Skills Using Trajectory Optimization and Deep Reinforcement Learning LIBIN LIU, DeepMotion Inc., USA JESSICA HODGINS, Carnegie Mellon University, USA Fig. 1. Real-time simulation of the learned basketball skills. Top: A player dribbles a ball behind the back and between the legs. Bottom: A player performs crossover ...
Basketball Drill - Dribbling Moves Drills Full-Court Dribble-Moves Drill #1 This drill is one of our favorites. We use this full-court dribbling drill to practice specific dribbling moves. Refer to Diagram A. Use two lines, and start out using the right-handed dribble. On each end of the floor, have an assistant or
Page 7 of 99 Footwork Drills SKILLS PROGRESSION If your team is made up of a mixture of levels, you can separate the kids into groups and run
a. Start with ball near half court; dribble towards a cone (around 3 pt line); execute move at cone— make 3 of each move b. Explosion (Left & Right Hand): i. Hesitate & Go; Hesitate to Cross ii. In & Out; In & Out to Cross c. Moves: i. Layup; Reverse Layup; Shield Layup ii. Jump Stop; Jump Stop-->Ball Fake; Jump Stop-->Step Through iii.
Students will begin to further develop their Basketball skills. The second lesson will focus on the dribbling of the ball in both stance position and movement. By the end of the lesson students will understand the importance of being able to control the ball when dribbling and will understand the technique required for a successful shooting.
5. Control dribble (stationary) P M M M 6. Control dribble (moving) P M M M 7. Speed dribble P M M M B. Speed to control dribble P M M M Both Hands 9. Cross over dribble P M M M 10. Reverse dribble P M M M 11. Change of pace dribble E P M M 12. Head & shoulder fake dribble - E P P 13. Behind the back dribble - E P P 14.
Two Ball High Dribble - This is the same as the Two Ball Low Dribble, except you dribble the balls at shoulder height. Two Ball High-Low Dribble - Dribble one ball below your knees while dribbling the other ball at shoulder height. Switch hands on the way back. Two Ball High-Low Alternate Dribble - Dribble low with one hand, high with the
Circle Basketball Around Legs This is a variation of the “Circle Basketball Around Waist Drill” Once again, the players stand facing the coach. On the coach’s command, the player circles the basketball in and out of their legs in a figure 8 pattern. Have the players stop and then circle the ball in the opposite direction. 3.
Kids enjoy drills that require them to run around and be active. Things like dribbling through cones and using chairs are great ways to keep them moving. Use Multifaceted Drills It’s more fun to use drills that incorporate a variety of skills. For example, a drill where kids dribble