Handle the ball with the fundamental finesse of an experienced player using these drills for dual-handed dribbling ability
- Learn the important point forward skill of reading defenses and reacting to break down defenders with technique and strategy
- Tyler Harris is an NBA G-League talent, international veteran, and former Big East champion, known for his effective skill as a point forward
- Build a strong base as a point forward so you can transition, setup, and finish for reliable points
Take Control Of The Point Forward Position With These Fundamental Keys To Success
NBA G-League Talent And International Veteran Tyler Harris Shows You How To Maximize Your Ball Handling, Setups, And Finishes For Point Forward Success
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What You'll Learn
Learn how to level up your skillset from the point forward position with these fundamentals, strategies, and drills from NBA G-League talent and international veteran Tyler Harris. Tyler Harris has made a career out of successful point forward habits that anyone can use to become way more skilled and effective, no matter how athletic or experienced.
On this two-part series, start with Tyler’s insights into the necessary ball handling skills you can build with his dribbling workouts that will help you build dexterity in both hands. Become more effective at moving around the court with these 30 second drill exercises that you can do alone, with a partner, or with a group to create skills for crossovers, through the leg dribbles, behind the back, and more.
Use those new skills from part one to start scoring in part two, with Tyler’s guide to some proven strategies that every point forward needs to have for their game. Learn his five finish system, including some of his most high percentage shots like the spin move and the step-through. Become a triple threat by combining that system with Tyler’s Rocker combination and Hesi, giving you options no matter what look you get from the defender.
Tyler also gives you important keys to reading defenders, so that you can make the best decisions for any moment. With these techniques to break down the defense, you can start using these transitions, setups, and finishes to move the ball and start scoring. Use this two-part series today to become an effective and skilled point forward.
So, What Exactly Do You Get?
PART 1: Ball Handling Drills
- Single Ball Pounds Left and Right Hands - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- 2 Ball Pounds Left and Right Hands - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- 2 Ball Alternate Pounds - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- 2 Ball Pounds (1 High / 1 Low) - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- 2 Ball Dribble With A Crossover: Right, Left, Toss - 30 Seconds
- 2 Ball Dribble With A Crossover: Left, Right, Toss - 30 Seconds
- 2 Ball Dribble Through The Legs: Right, Left, Between - 30 Seconds
- 2 Ball Dribble Through The Legs: Left, Right, Between - 30 Seconds
- Single Ball Dribble 2/2/2 - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Straight Crossover Between The Legs (Stationary) - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Straight Crossover Between The Legs (With Motion) - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Cross Between Behind The Back (Stationary) - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Cross Between Behind The Back (With Motion) - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Stationary Rocker Step - 30 Seconds Each Hand
- Stationary Hesi Step - 30 Seconds Each Hand
PART 2: Transitions And Finishes - Introduction To 5 Finishes
- Finish #1 - Floater
- Finish #2 - Spin Move (Transition to Step Through)
- Finish #3 - Step Through (Over and Under)
- Finish #4 - Sky Hook
- Finish #5 - Euro Step
- Rocker: 1 Combo Transition To Finish
- Rocker: 2 Combo Transition To Finish
- Rocker: 3 Combo Transition To Finish
- Hesi: 1 and 2 Combo Transitions To Finish
- Hesi: 3 Combo Transition To Finish
- Triple Threat
- Triple Threat Drill