with Henry Bibby, Memphis Grizzlies NBA Assistant Coach;
3x NCAA Champion at UCLA under the legendary John Wooden; NBA Champion and former Head Coach of the Los Angeles Sparks
featuring Lisa Leslie,
3x WNBA MVP, 4x Olympic Gold Medalist, and 2x WNBA Champion
If you want to get better, you have to think outside the box. Its all about getting the edge. If you want the edge, get Dribblepro. Henry Bibby shows you how this training tool will effectively help you selfcorrect your dribbling skills within days of working with the Dribblepro.
The Dribblepro Basketball is an innovative training tool that can best be described as the first ever reaction basketball. The Dribblepro features 4 nodules scientifically placed on the surface of the ball. The nodules cause the ball to bounce 15 to 20 degrees away from you when dribbled off the court. The nodules enable the player to develop proper hand placement on the ball, allowing them to both dribble and shoot the ball correctly.
Coach Bibby demonstrates several basic basketball dribbling drills to build your confidence and learn how to properly handle the Dribblepro. He uses such drills as the figure eight, crossover, in and out, and behind the back drill to demonstrate how your body balance can improve with use of the Dribblepro. With the use of on court demonstration, Bibby shows how the Dribblepro can improve your handeye coordination, your low body stance as you blow by your defender, and your dribble quality by keeping your hand centered and on top of the ball.
You will learn how your hands become part of your eyes when you master the Dribblepro. The Dribblepro allows you to focus on the defenders and teammates on the floor while mastering the feel of the dribble. Coach Bibby takes you through the use of twoball drills in order to show you how to master the dribble to master the court.
Four time Olympic Gold Medalist Lisa Leslie describes her use of the Dribblepro. She describes how it has helped her daughter become an amazing dribbler at a young age. Leslie describes how the Dribblepro can be used to your overall game as well. Lisa describes how the Dribblepro can improve your shooting mechanics by helping shooters get a feel for the seam every time you shoot. This allows a shooter to focus more on their target than on catching the basketball and having to get a good drip.
Leslie also demonstrates how the Dribblepro can improve your rebounding skills. She takes you through a typical rebounding drill and shows you how the nodules keep you guessing as to where the basketball will come off the board. This allows the rebounder to develop and natural ability to pursue the basketball.
The Dribblepro is a fantastic tool that will help you gain an edge on your opponents as you train in the offseason. Training with the Dribblepro Basketball builds not only great fundamental skills, but also player confidence when resuming training with a regular basketball.
49 minutes. 2012.