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Want to display some amazing moves on the basketball court? Who better to teach you than the Harlem Wizards? In these 85 Howcast videos, the Wizards show you every basketball move, drill, and trick they know. They even demonstrate how to play like Michael Jordan, Lebron James, and Kobe Bryant.
Swoop: Broadway. Broadway: Yo. Swoop: Can you teach me some other drills, man? Broadway: Absolutely. Swoop: What you gonna teach me now? Broadway: I'm gonna teach you how to handle the basketball, running with the ball while putting it under your legs. Swoop: What's this gonna do for me, man? Broadway: This is gonna help your hand-eye coordination. Swoop: Really? Broadway: It's gonna help you become a better basketball player. Swoop: Uh-huh. Broadway: It's gonna increase your endurance. Swoop: Oh, okay. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: Let me see what it's all about, man. Broadway: It's gonna strengthen your legs, too. Swoop: Okay. So what are we doing here? Broadway: You know how you put the ball under your legs like that? Swoop: Oh, yeah? Broadway: Yeah, just lift that knee up. Swoop: Uh-huh. Broadway: But now we're going to stay low, and we're going to run at the same time. Swoop: Okay. Broadway: But I'm going to bring in an expert to show us how to do it. Swoop: Really? Where's the expert? Broadway: King Arthur. Swoop: Whoa. Hey, let's go into the court and see what we got then. Broadway: Okay. Swoop: All right. Broadway: All right, Swoop. Swoop: Yeah. Broadway: So now King Arthur's going to show you . . . Swoop: Right. Broadway: ... he's gonna just walk through it, how to bend your knees. And he's just walking with it right now. Swoop: Right. Broadway: See that? Swoop: Uh-huh. Broadway: Trying to keep his head up. Swoop: Uh-huh. Broadway: And he can see the court. And he'll come back towards us and you'll be able to see it . . . Swoop: Right. Broadway:. . . as he comes in front of you. Swoop: OK. It's . . . Broadway: So, King Arthur's actually working on his legs. He's working on seeing the court. He's working on his hand-eye coordination, and he's working on becoming a better ball handler. Swoop: All right. So, let me me see. Can he do that faster, then? Broadway: Yeah, he can do that faster. So he can run up the court. Swoop: Where's he going? Broadway: He's going all the way down. Swoop: Oh, okay. Broadway: He needs to come back though. Swoop: Oh, come on back. Broadway: You see that? Swoop: Oh, that's nice. That's nice. That's nice. Whoa. Broadway: Yeah. Swoop: That's pretty good, man. Broadway: See, Swoop, it's all about practice makes permanent. Swoop: Permanent? Broadway: Yes. Swoop: Not perfect? Broadway: Nobody's perfect, Swoop. Swoop: You're right. Except me? Broadway: No, absolutely not. Swoop: Oh? Broadway: So we want to work on . . . Swoop: You? Broadway: No, I'm not perfect either. Swoop: King Arthur, he's a king, but he's not perfect. Broadway: No, he's not perfect. Swoop: Oh. Broadway: But he is a good ball handler. Swoop: Nice. Broadway: And if you want to work on your speed, agility, quickness, your leg strength, and hand-eye coordination, work on putting the ball through your legs while on the move. Swoop: Nice, nice.