My Killer Crossover Workout Package has it all — the Crossover Program, along with 4 Crossover Scoring Moves Programs.
A strong, reliable crossover move: what every young/ streetball/ ESPN-viewing/ YouTube-watching player wants. You have arrived at your new home of instruction, learning, and drills. Welcome. Wipe your feet.
This is my explanation & tutorial of the basic crossover move. This vid (and a second explanation below it) is the basis of everything else you will ever do, crossover-wise.
A simple explanation of how to practice the actual crossover dribble: keeping the ball wide between the length of your arms, increasing the speed of your bounces (and losing the ball) as you improve and challenge yourself.
The snatch-back (or pull-back) move is a great move to use when your quickness has a defender scrambling to stay in front of you — you use her quickness against her by completely stopping your momentum. Three players come to mind that use this move very effectively: Dwyane Wade, Brandon Jennings, Kobe Bryant.
This is a quick 1-2 crossover move — also known as the UTEP 2-Step made famous by Tim Hardaway — that combines a basic crossover dribble with a between-the-legs dribble. A fundamentals-level move.
This crossover drill is a long, drill-like version of the crossover that is shown first on this page. Practicing the move like the vid below (in one spot first, and moving full-court second) will have you doing crossovers without thinking twice.
Here’s a tutorial on the double-crossover move:
The Scissor Crossover:
The In & Out Combo Move Crossover:
The Quick Behind-The-Back Crossover Move:
The Snatchback Crossover:
Scoring Options: Basic Crossover Move:
Scoring Options: Double Crossover Move: