The Two Handed Alley Oop in Basketball 
The Two Handed Alley Oop in Basketball
by eHow / Travis Corpening
Video Lecture 14 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 two handed alley oop, which is a sweet basketball move that you can use to impress your friends.

Video Transcript:
TRAVIS CORPENING: "Now let's talk about the two handed alley oop. First of all if you can get someone to throw it to you, timing, just as I said with any alley oop is optimum. So if you are throwing the alley oop you want to throw it just the same as you did on the one handed but when you are catching it the timing on the two handed alley oop is going to be just the same but you want to come up with two hands and probably you want to jump off two legs, two feet. So you want to jump off two feet, grab it with two hands and at first when you are first learning how to do it you want to get full extension on the arms because the two handed dunk, or any two handed dunk is a little harder or a little more difficult than a one handed so you want to get full extension on the arms, let the person throw it, when they throw it you grab it with two hands and you put it just above the rim and you bring it down. Remember with any of these dunks you do not want to try to overdo it and try to dunk it too hard because you will miss it, I guarantee it. What you want to do when you are first starting out is you want to put it in there slowly, just practice on putting the ball in, just putting the ball in. Eventually when you are jumping a little higher and you get used to doing it you can get to the point where you can put more power behind it. There you have it the two 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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