Frank Allocco - players are spaced along the arc, each with two balls (two-ball dribbling is the best way to develop the weak hand),
- simultaneous pound dribbling, shoulder high, then waist high, then ankles
- alternating high dribbles, then waist level, then low
- left hand high, right hand low, then switch
- crossover dribbling in front, high dribble, then waist level, then low
- ins and outs - pull each ball in then out in front, the balls almost touch (opposing front v-dribbles)
- windshield wipers - front v-dribbles in sync
- feet together, side v-dribbles (front to back), high, then low, then alternate the dribbles (one front, one back)
- feet apart, dribble with the left hand, dribble around the right ankle with the right hand, then switch hands
- figure 8 dribbling with both hands
- dribble with one hand, half spider with the other hand (front-back dribble).
- pound, pistons, high-low
- pound crossover, continuous crossover
- waterfall (cross-juggle)
- side v-dribble, front v-dribble (ins and outs)
- pound, between and cross
- alternating dribble wraps (front-back butterfly, then back-front windmill)
- one-leg dribble wrap (front-back, then back-front, pound the other ball)
- scissor (continuous between-and-cross shuffle)
- seated in-outs.
See Dribbling - Calipari warm-up.
goxavier.com - for 15-25 seconds, coach at the top of the key tells players to move left, right, back, forward using simultaneous dribbles, repeat with alternate dribbles.
Bill Pangos - players spread out facing coach, each with two balls, coach commands players to dribble forward, backward, left or right (point), and crossover (the balls switch hands).
Ryan Goodson - players follow coach's commands, north-south-east-west, switch from two-ball pound, alternate, high-low.