Kendall Gill knows a thing or two about crossovers. He was the fifth overall pick by the Charlotte Hornets in the 1990 NBA Draft and went on to play 15 seasons in the NBA racking up 12,914 career points.
In this video Kendall is talking about the fundamentals of the between cross dribble. Handling the basketball is one of the most important things for a young player to learn, especially for young guards. Whether you are looking to score or facilitating an offense being able to create space off a crossover sets up everything.
The between dribble is a basic crossover and should be something every player regardless of position learns at a young age. It is also a dribble that is extremely easy to practice and drill until a player is comfortable using it in game action.
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