Streetball (we’re talking Streetball as the “show” of it all, not basketball that happens to be played outdoors, but this can all be applied there, too) -- it’s fun to play and fun to watch. Players going one-on-one for bragging rights and pride. Fans going crazy over every move that happens. Showmen running the show.
This Hoop Handbook gets you ready to go out and put on a show of your own on the blacktop, against any defender. What we will be getting into:
• Advanced Combination Moves
• Finishing Shots Off Of Crossovers
• Double- and Triple-Combo Moves to Leave Defenders In The Dust • Sharpening Your Instincts to Do Your Moves Without Thinking
• Shaking Off Any Defender Who Dares To Play You Too Closely
I did this program a bit differently than I do all the other HoopHandbook programs, in that I did not write out word-for-word descriptions of every move and drill you’ll be doing. I consider this a kind of taking-the-training-wheels off experiment for users of Legal Streetball Moves. The essence of streetball -- the part of streetball that generates You- Tube mixes -- is having free reign, and unleashing the creativity within all of us. So each drill/move has a link to a video example you can follow (as always), and I encourage you to add your own flair to any move you learn.
What’s that? You don’t have any flair? That’s because you’re thinking too much. Flair is the exact opposite: you stop thinking, your unconscious mind takes the wheel, and that creativity -- that deep down creativity that many of us would never consciously let out -- comes to the surface. That’s Legal Streetball Moves. Got it? Good.
All of our other HH programs do have each drill worded out along with the video exam- ples, and I will write out descriptions in any future programs (except any sequels to this one). That is, unless the feedback on no-descriptions is overwhelming -- something to the effect of “Keep it that way!”
And we keep it all legal, meaning you can take your show to any level of basketball with no problems from the refs (given your coach is OK with you making games your per- sonal showcase, and that is a whole other situation -- use your best judgement). Have you ever wanted to have your own mixtape video on YouTube of you shaking up and embarrassing defenders who tried to guard you too closely? Want to have the audience eating out of your hand? This program is for you.
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