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Learn how to use the Power V position to receive passes more effectively.
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Power V. Now, we call it the V because if a defensive player shows a half front and what we want to do is step to side to side with our arm high. He is going to step body to body, he is going to lower himself and power one step up. Now, he is in position without using his arms to call for the ball. Make a move to the basket and finish it off. Call for the ball with authority.
Again, you are going to split the defender, the defender is doing a half front. He is doing a half front, he is going to step, his got the ball, he makes a good power move to the basket. The same principle applies if the defender is doing a half reverse where the ball is in the corner, slide down to the corner. So, he is half denial on the baseline side, trying to discourage that. Josh will step him down one step. His got a little drop step but he can power up.
We will takes this live now and what the offensive players will have to do is they will have to read where the defender is playing. If the defender is playing this way on a quarter front, he can still lower himself. He goes body to body, his arms high. He lowers himself and he takes one push step with his leg and that clears out room for him on the base line.
Good, let us take that live. Rotate, offense to defense, defense to the end of the line, defense to the end of the line. You want offense. He steps down. Work hard on D. Work hard on D. Power up with your right. Let us go, go again, go again. Read where he is, use the V, split his legs. Good. Good, power up. Rotate-