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To develop the triple threat position. The drill emphasis how this position really works.


Player catches the ball in a triple threat position, a coach tells him to either shoot, pass or drive to the basket.

A triple threat position is when player is in an athletic stance, feet shoulder width apart, knees bent, hips bent,
butt backward, upper torso upright but slightly leaning forward.  Holding the ball in front, top of the ball in line with
shoulder parallel to the floor. Forearm aiming at the target, elbow bent slightly less than °90.

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This drill and all drills and exercises related to this collection are designed to help develop fundamental skills. It is extremely
important as an athlete or a coach that you execute them with proper technique in order to avoid possible injury.

To reduce the risk of possible injury, consult your doctor before beginning this exercise or skill development program.

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