This fun youth basketball game is called Dribbling Battle Royale. A fast paced and equally competitive basketball dribbling game for kids.
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Basketball Skill Acquisition
This Youth Basketball Drill helps develop the following basketball skills:
- Basketball Dribbling
- Basketball Crossovers
- Using Screens
- Retreat Dribbles
- Peripheral Vision
- Change of Direction
- Change of Pace
- Ball Control
- Decision Making
- Reaction Time
- Spatial Awareness
- Mental Gaps
Basketball Drill Purpose
Dribbling Battle Royale was created by OzSwoosh to develop basketball dribbling skills. Specifically ball control, muscle memory and dexterity. A fun basketball game to help build confidence and is a challenging basketball drill and fun dribbling game. Thus we consider it a perfect basketball drill for middle school aged children.
Basketball Equipment Needed
This small sided game requires a minimum 8 to 10 cones or markers to mark out quadrants (i.e divide court into 4). You may also use lines or place masking tape or rubber dots on the court to help define the playing area.
Participants: 4 on 4 if playing teams against each other. Or 4 you may also have 4 defenders (the gauntlet) and as many others as you wish if a timed game.
Specifically we recommend a full court length. However, you may use a half court sideline to sideline with small numbers.
How To Play Battle Royale
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Disclaimer: Basketball, like many sports, may result in serious injury or even death. Drills and ideas contained in OzSwoosh videos are demonstrations only. Coaches and players re-enacting the drills, or following advice, do so at their own risk. Also, children should always play under the supervision of a responsible adult.
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