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The Lazer Dribbling Machine is an exclusive virtual dribbling aid used by NBA MVP Stephen Curry. There are only 40 Lazer Machines in the world, and one is at the Pat The Roc Basketball Skills Academy. Detroit Pistons, Golden State Warriors, Houston Rockets, Univ of Arizona, UCLA, and Cal Univ are only a select few programs that have access to this device.
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Coach Tryston explains the Machine Gun Dribble drillBeAProTraining.com
Machine Gun Dribble: Put one ball in each hand. Rapidly dribble both balls simultaneously in front of your body, machine gun style. Try to keep the ball 6-12 inches off the ground. Repeat for 30 seconds. Alternating Machine Gun Dribble: Rapidly dribble the balls one at a time, so one ball is up and the other is down at all times.
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This drill involves dribbling from ankle to shoulder height. Start by dribbling the ball at your ankles and gradually dribbling the ball higher on each bounce. When you get to as high as you can ‘kill’ the basketball by stopping it a few inches off the ground and dribbling back up to your shoulder. 25.