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  • - Hey what's up, y'all?

  • Coach Rock here, the official trainer

  • for I Love Basketball TV.

  • Today, we're gonna get into

  • my top five best one-on-one moves.

  • Let's get into it.

  • (slam)

  • So I know this summer, everybody's

  • gonna wanna be playing one-on-one.

  • It was one of my favorite things to do

  • with my friends when I was growing up.

  • Play one-on-one, see who's the best

  • for bragging rights, whatever now.

  • In today's video, I'm gonna show you

  • five moves that you can use

  • that will destroy your friends, all right?

  • But, I want you to remember one thing.

  • Focus on what I'm saying and how to execute each move.

  • Now I saw some of the comments.

  • Every now and then, a player will say,

  • "Stop talking so much and just show me the move."

  • Well, I have to show you everything,

  • and I have to show you how to execute the move

  • and explain it so you know exactly how to do it.

  • Most of the time the players that are saying,

  • "Just show me the move,"

  • are the ones who are going out and doing it wrong.

  • So focus on actually what I'm saying

  • and what I'm showing you to do.

  • Because it might look simple, but I have key points

  • that'll make the moves much more effective.

  • Now the next note I want you to take for this video

  • or in the summer when you're playing

  • one-on-one with your friends

  • is focus on using as minimal dribbles as possible.

  • So, when I have my players play one-on-one,

  • I like them to focus on having

  • three dribbles or less to score.

  • If you use more than three dribbles, it's a turnover.

  • The other player gets the ball.

  • So utilize this rule when you're playing with your friends.

  • Now they might not wanna use this rule, that's fine.

  • But you can still use it for yourself.

  • Just say, "Hey man, if I take more than three dribbles,

  • "the ball's yours."

  • And this will help you pick up good habits

  • because in real games, you're not gonna have the chance

  • to dribble five, six times to get into your scoring move.

  • You're gonna have to do a hard jab or something,

  • take a quick one move on one dribble,

  • move, score, dribble, move, counter.

  • So focus on being quick, being effective,

  • and using as few dribbles as possible.

  • All right, the first move we're gonna get into

  • is a very simple move, but a lot of player do not do this,

  • and it's the low sweep.

  • It's one of my favorites because it's so simple,

  • but it's extremely effective.

  • So what we're doing here,

  • Coach Josh, no matter which way he's playing,

  • he could be playing me left, he could be playing me right,

  • he could be playing me straight up,

  • either way, when I'm making my move,

  • I want the ball low.

  • And that's gonna do a few things for you.

  • One, it's gonna prevent him from being able to steal it.

  • Now Coach Josh is a great defender.

  • He has quick hands, so if I sweep the ball like this,

  • he'll probably be able to take it without me even knowing.

  • If I just go like this, a good defender's

  • gonna be able to take that.

  • It's tough for a defender to get this low

  • and take the ball.

  • Two, notice how Coach Josh was right there.

  • Now, when I beat him, I'm already low.

  • The best way to beat a defender

  • is with your shoulder at his hip.

  • Well it's kinda hard to do that

  • if you're sweeping up here or like this.

  • But when you're low, it allows you

  • to get that shoulder and get by.

  • So that's the first move, the low sweep.

  • Again, there's not much to it.

  • You can practice this by just getting used to this.

  • All players can get better if they start playing low.

  • I see a lot of young players.

  • They play too tall.

  • This is one of the first things I go over

  • with my young players is get low when you play,

  • dribble low, stay low on your sweeps.

  • Move number two that we're gonna get into

  • is the heel tap out of the triple threat.

  • Now this is kind of a unique move,

  • and I really like to use this move.

  • All it is is you're heel-tapping here

  • before you do anything.

  • So you can heel-tap and go, you can heel-tap and jab,

  • you can heel-tap, double jab.

  • This move is great to catch your defender off guard.

  • Now you don't wanna do it every time.

  • But it's good because this sound right here,

  • player's gonna react to the sound.

  • Again, on defense when we're playing,

  • we don't know what the offensive player's gonna do.

  • So we react to everything.

  • We react to eye fakes, we react to sound with the feet.

  • That's why little moves like this work

  • because it's playing with the defender's mind.

  • That's kinda what this heel tap does.

  • So what I do here, I do this triple threat,

  • that quick heel is gonna engage the defender.

  • Now from there, you can go here.

  • I can beat him.

  • Then I can go here.

  • I can beat him that way.

  • I can go with a double tap.

  • I can go here.

  • I can go with the shimmy, there.

  • A lot of different things you can do

  • out of this simple heel tap

  • that'll make you much tougher to guard.

  • All right now you can see

  • the first two moves are out of the triple threat.

  • When you're playing one-on-one, it's extremely important

  • to have a good triple threat game

  • because it doesn't require you to dribble.

  • So if you can create space out of the triple threat,

  • it will allow you to score more points with fewer dribbles.

  • Now the next move we're gonna do is the step back.

  • Basic move.

  • All NBA players, all great scorers master the step back,

  • do it really well because it's so so effective.

  • I mean, you can't name a great scorer in the NBA

  • that doesn't do the step back.

  • The best thing with this move

  • is you don't need a lot of dribbles to set it up.

  • Because you can use it out of this triple threat.

  • So let's say, Coach Josh is guarding me or whatever.

  • Either way, let's say I beat him the first time.

  • This time, let's say I do a heel tap.

  • I go this way, he doesn't bite.

  • I go this way, he recovers,

  • but I can still step back and create the space needed.

  • That was just one dribble.

  • Let's say this time I go right,

  • Coach Josh tries to beat me there.

  • I step back, tough shot,

  • but still enough space to get that shot off.

  • So again, the step back, one of my favorite moves

  • to do in real games,

  • one of my favorite moves to do in one-on-one.

  • Next move, and you'll see this move

  • is similar to the step back,

  • but we call it the pull back.

  • Pull back again, this move has led to more players falling

  • than I think any move.

  • If you ever watch video clips

  • where players getting crossed and they fall,

  • a lot of times it's cuz of this pull back right here

  • or this pull back right here,

  • or this pull back right here.

  • Now you saw three different variations.

  • You can do across, you can do behind the leg,

  • you can do behind the back.

  • Doesn't matter which one you do,

  • but it works similar to the step back.

  • So again, I'll show you real quick.

  • If I'm going hard and Coach Josh tries to beat me,

  • then I can pull back.

  • Again, it's very similar to the step back,

  • and the reason why I like it

  • because you don't need a lot of dribbles to set it up.

  • So, that's why it works just like the step back.

  • And that's why it works extremely effective in one-on-one.

  • Last but definitely not least, we have the side step.

  • Now, the side step is a move James Harden does a lot.

  • Little guys do it, like Tyler Ulis does this move

  • a lot as well because it works so well to create space,

  • again, in not a lot of dribble.

  • So, this move here, you can do it out of,

  • you can't do it straight out of triple threat,

  • but all you need is one dribble to set it up.

  • So you can do here, dribble,

  • and then you take that side step.

  • You can be here, side step.

  • So again, this move doesn't need,

  • you don't need a lot of dribbles.

  • You could take two.

  • You could come here, here, and then step out like that.

  • There's a lot of different things

  • you can do to set that up,

  • but as you can see, it's pretty much impossible to guard.

  • I mean, no matter how tough Coach Josh is playing,

  • I can just set him up here,

  • and I can just step back whenever I want.

  • You'll be able to get this shot whenever you want.

  • Lonzo Ball, another player, does this move a lot.

  • Even in college, he did this move.

  • I went to see them play against Kentucky.

  • He did this move three or four times to get his step back.

  • So it's like a side step,

  • but also you can step back with it.

  • So it's a side step, but you could step back.

  • But it's a little different

  • from move number three that we did,

  • but it's just as effective.

  • I hope you enjoyed today's video.

  • I hope you see how you can use these moves

  • in real game situations.

  • Practice them.

  • Add them to your game.

  • Start destroying defenders,

  • and start being more effective in real game situations.

  • If you wanna be a real game threat,

  • I have a free, like I mentioned

  • at the beginning of the video,

  • I have a free game-specific scoring accelerator.

  • It's absolutely free.

  • All you have to do is

  • click the first link in the description.

  • From there, it's gonna take you

  • to a page where you can learn all about it,

  • and you can see what it's gonna do for you.

  • And then you just put in your email when you're ready,

  • and I'll instantly send you over

  • that free game-specific scoring accelerator.

  • It's gonna help you improve your scoring in real games,

  • help you actually become a threat in real game situations.

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  • Until next time, I'll see you then.

- Hey what's up, y'all?

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