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    A Momentum Dribble is made on the go. You catch and just continue running. What if there is a defender in front of you? If your habit is to take this Mo’ Dribble the moment you catch the ball and you don’t see the defender then there is a high probability you will get called for a charge or a traveling violation.

    Instead, make it your habit to use a Mo’ Stop or a Mo’ Change.

    A Mo’ Stop is a quick pause for control and vision. This quick stop on the catch allows you to get vision to see the defender and see open teammates. 

    A Mo’ Change allows you to gather your body and load your legs to quickly change directions and explode past the defender to avoid the charge.

     

    This moment of teaching was excerpted from a Classroom Session at our Point Guard College Course

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