Fun BASKETBALL Games for kids – ⛹️‍♀️ Pokemon Tiggy (Dribbling)

This fun youth basketball dribbling game is called “Pokemon Dribble Tag “.

It is a fun competitive timed basketball dribble drill for kids which helps improved dexterity, communication, teamwork as well as footwork fundamentals like cutting and leading and coming off screens.


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Pokemon Dribbling Tiggy Game…

Basketball Skill Acquisition

Offensive Skills:

  • Change of Pace
  • Change of Direction
  • Running
  • Using Screens
  • Dribbling
  • Dexterity
  • Crossovers
  • Footwork Fundamentals
  • Teamwork

Defensive skills:

  • Footwork
  • Communication
  • Reaction Time

Basketball Drill Purpose

This fun dribbling game is designed to help improve basketball fundamentals like running, change of pace and change of direction as well as teamwork, crossovers, overall ball handling and dexterity. Team mates may also use communication.

Basketball Equipment Needed

  • Minimum 6+ players (2 x 3 per team)
  • 1 Basketball
  • A stop watch or timer (mobile phone etc) to time the game.

How To Play (Watch video)


With more advanced basketball kids, you can set a time where they have to try to tag everyone within, or have them beat their best time a second time through. You may have advanced athletes only be allowed to dribble with their week hand.

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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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