The Behind the Back Pass in Basketball 
The Behind the Back Pass in Basketball
by eHow / Travis Corpening
Video Lecture 6 of 15
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Date Added: July 11, 2009

Lecture Description

In this video lesson, Basketball Instructor, Travis Corpening, teaches how to do the behind the back pass, which can really trick the defender in basketball.

Video Transcript: TRAVIS CORPENING: "One other move that you can do when you're coming down into the paint that's a little advanced is the behind the back pass. You can do a behind the back pass straight to the chest of someone or, you can do a behind the back pass bouncing it and, it landing up there. So, just to show you a little bit about how it would work for coming down court. Coming down court you want to like any of these other moves you want to sell another move first as if you're going to do it. So, if I'm coming down court and doing the no look pass, I come down and, I sell it, I give it to him right there. You want to give it to him so he can handle it. You might not be able to get it to him right in the chest but, you want to give to him so the person you're passing to can handle it or, I can come down a lot of times, what guy's will do is, especially in the NBA, they'll come down and, they'll him them with the no look pass like that and, they won't bounce it so, come down just like that no bounce they have no idea what you're going to do, throwing the defense off, catching them completely off guard, and there you have one of the more effective passes especially in the paint. But, want to make sure you use it to your advantage and not just use it just to hot dog. There you have it, no look pass."

Course Index

Course Description

In this course, Basketball Instructor Travis Corpening gives 15 easy video lessons on Advanced Basketball Techniques. In this video series on basketball, expert Travis Corpening will teach you about advanced basketball techniques. He'll teach you how to perfect your crossover dribble, do a shot fake, jump stop, ball fakes, and the no look and behind the back pass. He'll talk about v-cuts, setting screens, spin moves, dribbling with your knees, and the turn around jump shot. He'll even tell you how to do a 360 dunk, a one and two handed alley oop pass, and even how to pass the ball to yourself.


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