Low Post Moves: Counter Spin Back One Dribble Power Move

Low Post Counter Spin Back One Dribble Power Move
By Hal Wissel 

When making a low post drop step to the middle or front turn and crossover to the middle and your defender anticipates your move to shoot a hook shot and jumps in your path, you can counter with a fake hook and spin back one dribble counter move. Fake a hook shot and use a counter spin back power move. Use a reverse pivot (spin back) on the same foot as your crossover step. Dribble the ball between your knees and score with a power move. Dribbling the ball between your knees protects the ball from a help defender trying to flick it away. Keep your weight on your pivot foot to avoid dragging it. Try to get your shoulders parallel to the backboard and your defender on your back. Maintain a strong, balanced stance with your back straight and the ball protected in front of your forehead, away from your defender. Make a power move toward the basket, jumping off both feet. Shoot the ball with two hands, keeping your shoulders parallel to the board and without opening up on the shot. Aim the ball high above the box. Land in balance, ready to rebound a possible miss with two hands, and use a power move to score. 

Low Post Counter Spin Back One Dribble Power Move

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