Defensive Slide


Defensive Slide:
The proper way to move when guarding the dribbler is to step and push off. This is accomplished by stepping sideways with the lead foot ( the foot closest to the direction in which you wish to go ), then pushing off with your trail foot to catch up. Always keep your feet in contact with the floor. Stay low and keep your feet wide. Make quick slides.




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