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  • Ja Morant has mastered the art of deception with his dominant dribble move. Join PGC Director Adam Turner as he breaks down the Cross Jab Attack then walks you through two drills to help you master this move:

    1) Cross Jab Stationary
    “Cross over, jab, and go” Start slow and practice this move 10-20 times in both directions until you are comfortable to move quickly.

    2) Cross Jab Attack (adding lay-up and pull up jumper)
    Start at the top of the key, cross jab and finish with a lay-up. Then, practice your cross jab and pull-up for a shot.

    Join us at a Point Guard College this summer and discover how to control the tempo, get high percentage shots, and lead your team on and off the floor.

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