Tag Archives: 1-on-1

April 1, 2016 - Reno, Nevada, U.S - Bakersfield Jam Guard DEONTE BURTON (4) begins his drive against Reno Bighorn Guard DAVID STOCKTON (7) during the NBA D-League Basketball game between the Reno Bighorns and the Bakersfield Jam at the Reno Events Center in Reno, Nevada. (Credit Image: � Jeff Mulvihill Jr via ZUMA Wire)

Player Development: Purposeful 1v1 Games

Player Development: Purposeful 1v1 Games

One of the best ways to develop individual skill is to play 1v1 against players that are going to challenge you. That being said, rolling the ball out and playing mindless 1v1 is not the best option to achieve one’s desired outcome. What I will advocate for in this article is to play multiple variations of

NCAA Midwest Regional 3rd Round game 2015: Wisconsin vs Oregon, MAR 22

The Art of 1-on-1 Defense – Part 1

We live in a basketball world where style usually gets noticed more than substance.  A player with strong 1-on-1 offensive skills (jab, shoulder fake, foot-fake, spin, pull-up jump shot) often gets rewarded with millions of dollars from an NBA contract and endorsements. While this “highlight” brand of basketball may dominate the talking points on ESPN