The One Handed Alley Oop in Basketball 
The One Handed Alley Oop in Basketball
by eHow / Travis Corpening
Video Lecture 13 of 15
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Date Added: July 11, 2009

Lecture Description


In this video lesson, Basketball Instructor, Travis Corpening, teaches the one handed alley oop, which is a sweet basketball move that you can use to impress your friends.



Video Transcript: TRAVIS CORPENING: "Another dunk that will look nice for the ladies, if you're trying to impress them is, the alley oop. And, now to show you the one handed alley oop. If you're coming down court, timing is everything on any alley oop. But, when you're coming down court, if you can get the person to throw you the ball so that it lands just, just above the rim or for some of you that have more ball control, just below the rim so that you can control it. What you can do is, you take off, and as you take off you have to concentrate on where the ball is. Now, for the person throwing it, you want to tell them to throw it just before you jump. So, you don't want to tell, you don't want to tell them to throw it way before you jump, not right when you jump, you want them to throw it just before you jump. So, the timing would be now, I jump, grab it and dunk. So, there you have it, one, two, three, timing once again is throw, jump, dunk, there you go. So, putting it all together and practicing it over and over, piece of cake. Putting in all the jumping drills that you can do, working on your calf muscles, perfect! There you have it, one handed alley oop."

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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