Great ballhandlers practice on their own for hours and hours (m)

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By Barrett777 on 14:43:36 02/13/20
[In reply to "Shooting you can practice on your own any time you want. Dribbling to some extent, but its a lot different doing those " by wigmon, posted at 13:45:04 02/13/20]

A player is lazy if they are not working to be an all-around player.

That includes getting stronger, better conditioned. ability to play in contact (play pickup games where fouls are never called), working at least an hour a day on ball handing by yourself, in shooting drills do not mainly shoot 3's but work on various depths and while open and with runners at you.

Diebs is a great example of a player who worked very hard to get better in areas beyond shooting, and at same time became a better 3-point shooter as his career progressed at OSU. Some of that improvement came by working on shooting 3's under pressure and not mostly 3 point shot attempts at casual speed.

Here is Dieb's College stats. Even as a Frosh he was putting up some numbers in FTM (43), Assists (45), Steals (26), etc.. .

Link: Diebler is a good player for Justin to try to model game after

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