“An Overview: The Second of Three Things to Remember”
Posted by Steve Bzomowski on April 11, 2006
Passing is more important than shooting. When you play a game, and it doesn’t matter how long you’ve been playing it, you are trying to get better. You learn things; you develop. In basketball, take care to develop your passing game. Most importantly, and I cannot overstate this, when you have the ball, see what’s going on at your hoop and see what movement is unfolding toward the hoop. Seeing what’s going on there means, in its simplest terms, “squaring up”. Seeing what movement is unfolding means, see where and when defense is out of position and vulnerable to: a basket cut, backdoor cut or any other move by your teammate that takes advantage of a defensive positioning lapse.