The Jump Stop in Basketball 
The Jump Stop in Basketball
by eHow / Travis Corpening
Video Lecture 3 of 15
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Date Added: July 11, 2009

Lecture Description


In this video lesson, Basketball Instructor, Travis Corpening, teaches how to jump stop. This is a basketball skill every player should know.



Video Transcript: TRAVIS CORPENING: "Something else that you guys can use, kind of keep your defense, defense on their toes is called a jump stop. Want to be careful that you don't travel, I've been guilty of it myself a few times. But, when you do the jump stop, what you do is, you want to come, most times, it's probably more effective getting into the paint. So, I'm going to going to step back and show you using the paint here exactly how to use it. So, if I'm over here and I'm doing the jump stop. I step like this, I'm setting my man up, and on the dribble you've got to take that dribble and as soon as you dribble you got to jump. So, it's dribble and land and then you take your shot. So, as soon as you, as soon as you get off your feet, as soon as you get off your feet you've got to be prepared to land and take the shot. The purpose of the jump shot, jump stop is to get spacing so that you jump from outside of the lane, inside of the lane and get closer to the basket. That's the whole purpose of the jump stop. So, you can move it over here and take it, anywhere you want to do it. So, the jump stop, there you have it. It's one of the most effective moves getting into the paint, catching the defense, getting the defense, catching them off guard so there you have it, jump stop."

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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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