A Commonly Misunderstood, Yet Important Ball Handling Rule
In the video below, Breakthrough Elite Guard Camp instructor Matt Keeley takes you through a commonly misunderstood rule by players.
As Matt said, you actually have approximately 12 seconds to hold on to the ball when closely guarded... not 5 seconds.
You have 4 seconds when you first catch the ball.
You have 4 seconds when you start to dribble.
You have 4 seconds after you pick up your dribble.
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