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The Basketball Skills Shown Offers A Foundation You Will Not See Anywhere!


Basketball Fundamentals provides basketball techniques that are the foundation of success for all players. Coaches, parents and players will learn how to teach and practice all of the basketball fundamentals and skills shown in this program. Whether playing on your driveway, a playground or for a school team, this video will help any player learn or polish their basic basketball fundamentals that will lead to success. The video highlights: ball handling basics, dribbling techniques, passing fundamentals & drills, individual practice routines, offensive plays & moves, dual purpose drills, and communication techniques .

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Basketball Fundamentals is a practical DVD demonstrating a wide variety of basic basketball techniques and drills. Ideal for coaches, parents, and players, Basketball Fundamentals is a solid guide to improving both individual and team performance. Topics covered include Ball Handling Basics, Advanced Dribbling Techniques, Ball Handling Games, Offensive Plays & Moves, Dual Purpose Drills, Communication Techniques, V Cut, L Cut, Passing Fundamentals & Drills, Slow Motion Analysis, Pick and Roll, Breaking Out & Rebounding, and Defense Techniques. A user-friendly video guide, Basketball Fundamentals is especially recommended for high school physical education DVD libraries.
-Midwest Book Review

Marty Schupak (on voiceover), Coach Danny Walsh, and a team of players demonstrate hoop fundamentals here in a clear, easy-to-understand fashion. Starting with the difference between dribbling and bouncing a basketball (hint: control lies in the pads of the fingers, not the fingertips or palm of the hand), the program offers a number of drills related to ball control when standing still, before moving on to more complex maneuvers such as speed dribbling while making various moves through cones and other players. Additional areas covered include passing the ball, communication techniques, defensive actions, and more complicated plays. Filmed in a neighborhood setting on a long asphalt driveway with a backboard and hoop at one end, Basketball Fundamentals reminds viewers that gear and venue are not as important as the acquisition of technique. As in other programs by Schupak, each drill here is sequentially numbered, and specific segments are accessible through the menu. Offering a solid, straightforward approach to basic basketball fundamentals, this is recommended.
-Video Librarian

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I am a SDC Teacher so I have many reasons to think this movie is a good one. One of my students loves basketball and really loves reviewing the fundamentals. So this move seems to do the trick. He can watch with me over and over again. The good news for me is I am not tired of it yet. I like and he is happy. What more could a man/teacher ask for?
-Mr. Teach


If you watch this and break down what they're teaching than you really get an awesome look at the moves you can learn to be a real BEAST on the court!!! The great low-profile baller that executes the move is really practiced and balanced to watch, making it look easy, yet these seem like they could be "ankle breakers" in a game so be careful. I appreciate why I think I saw him wearing knee supports. These moves can probably take months or years to really master. Anyway, to me this is a very low-profile (but good quality) Basketball Player GEM!!!
-K.N.S


At first glance, this basketball video seems awkwardly similar to one of Marty Schupak's other basketball programs. However, if one focuses on the narration, the demonstration and the practical use of the move, this turns out to be a valuable resource. Basketball moves we see and hear about all the time are explained in interesting yet limited explanations that make you want more.Young players should get a kick from the moves shown. Highly recommended!
-Robert Scott



All of Marty Schupak's videos are available free at Amazon Prime Video.
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