Different Types of Passes | Basketball

Different Types of Passes | Basketball

Swoop: Hey Broadway. Broadway: Hey Swoop. Swoop: Hey check this out man look I’m trying
to figure this out. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: I’m trying to figure out what the four
different types of passes are. Can you help me out with that man? Broadway: Obviously I could help you out. Swoop: Of course. Broadway: I’m a great passer. It’s all about sharing the sugar. Swoop: That’s right man. You know what I mean? A great team mate passing the ball to a teammate. That’s what it’s about. Broadway: See now we’re first going to start
off with something called a bounce pass. Swoop: A bounce pass? Broadway: Yeah. Then we’re going to move on to a chest pass. Swoop: OK. So how does that work? Broadway: And then we have an over the head
pass. Swoop: Really? Broadway: And then a baseball pass. Swoop: Alright let’s do it baby let’s do it. Broadway: So we can demonstrate to the people
watching the four different types of passes. Swoop: OK. Alright let’s do it baby. Broadway: So any time you pass you want to
step towards your defender. Swoop: Alright. OK. Broadway: So you want to step first. Swoop: Step first. Broadway: Release the pass. Swoop: Release the pass. Broadway: And another thing is you want to
keep your thumbs down on the pass. Swoop: Thumbs down. Broadway: Thumbs down and extend your arms
fully and on offense event you need to get a target. Swoop: Oh a target. OK. Alright. Broadway: Where am I passing the ball to? So the chest pass. Swoop: Oh chest pass! Alright. OK. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: So from my chest I’m going to pass
you something. Broadway: No. Swoop: That was my chest. Broadway: No. No. No. No. Swoop: Oh. OK extending. Broadway: Extend the arms. Thumbs down. Swoop: Oh not me, you. Broadway: Yeah, yeah, yeah. Swoop: I’m ready. I’m ready. Broadway: Chest pass. Swoop: Oh! And you stepped with the foot. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: So I want to step. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: Like that? Broadway: Man. You just hit me in my chest. Swoop: Oh. I’m on my way. I’m on my way guys. Guys I’m on my way. Broadway: And then a bounce pass. You want that ball to still come up to the
target. Swoop: Right. Broadway: Extend the arms. Swoop: Uh huh. Broadway: Follow through. Swoop: Right. Broadway: Thumbs down. Bounce pass. Comes right to you. No. Swoop: No? Broadway: No. Swoop: Wait, wait, wait. Broadway: Didn’t you see the target? Swoop: I just want to put the bounce in it. That’s what I did. Broadway: No you’ve got to bounce it halfway. Swoop: Oh, halfway. Broadway: So that it comes right to me here. Swoop: And step. Broadway: Yeah step. Swoop: Thumbs down. Broadway: Thumbs down. Swoop: Like this? Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: OK. (?) Here you go. Broadway: Man! You like that? Swoop: I like it. Bam! Broadway: Same thing with the over the head
pass. You want to step. Swoop: Yeah. Broadway: Come over the head. That’s why it’s an over the head pass. Two hands to the target. Swoop: That was good man. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: OK. OK. Broadway: You’re getting it. Swoop: I’m getting better man. Broadway: Now you have the over the head pass. Swoop: OK. Broadway: This gets a little tricky. Swoop: OK. Broadway: So you want to step. Swoop: Oh. Broadway: You come over the top. Swoop: Oh. Broadway: Follow through. Swoop: It’s like the baseball one. Broadway: Yeah, yeah. That’s the baseball pass. Swoop: OK. Like so I’ve got to be here. I’ve got to check the signals first. Broadway: What are you doing? Swoop: I’m doing a baseball. I’ve got to do the baseball signals. Broadway: No it’s the game. It’s moving fast. It’s not a baseball game. It’s a baseball pass. Swoop: No but I wanted to do the..you’ve got
to do the thing like this, like that with the things. Broadway: No, no, no. This is not a slider. Swoop: No? Broadway: This is a baseball pass. Swoop: So all I’ve got to do is throw it? Broadway: Yeah just throw it. Swoop: So back here. Broadway: No, no. You don’t kick the leg like that. Swoop: No leg kicking? Broadway: (?) You’ve got to step, right over
the top, then follow through. Swoop: OK step. Broadway: There you go. Swoop: OK I’m good. Broadway: You want to hit that target though. Swoop: Target? Broadway: Yeah. The target is here. Swoop: OK. Broadway: Now you’ve got it. Swoop: Four different types of passes. Broadway: There you have it. You want to wrap it up. Swoop: Yup. Let’s wrap it up. Four passes man. Broadway: Four passes. Swoop: Chest pass. Broadway: Chest pass. Swoop: Bounce pass. Broadway: Bounce pass. Swoop: Over the head pass. Broadway: Uh huh. Swoop: And baseball pass. Broadway: That was like an inside curve. Swoop: Baseball pass. Broadway: There you have it. Four different types of passes with the Harlem

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  1. Just had my first day of basketball pratice,here's how it went.
    Coach:Line Up,Chest Pass
    Me:*Mind*What is a chest pass,oh shoot I'm next
    Coach:Ready,Set,*Blows Wistle
    Me:Just Passes It Reguraly

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