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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.
Speaker 1: Broadway. Speaker 2: Yo. Speaker 1: Now I've heard of all your different tricks that you guys do, the Harlem Wizards. I'm trying to get myself on the right track. What's up? Speaker 2: Tricks. What comes before tricks? Speaker 1: Fundamentals, that's right. Speaker 2: All right. Speaker 1: You keep telling me make sure I work on my fundamentals. Speaker 2: Right. Speaker 1: I'm working on that stuff, but I want to learn how they do this thing they call the "Net Catch." Speaker 2: It's fun. Speaker 1: Remember that? Yeah. Speaker 2: Yeah, the Net Catch. Speaker 1: Do you know how to do that? Speaker 2: Yeah. Speaker 1: Please man, teach me, teach me, teach me. Speaker 2: Well listen. Speaker 1: What? Speaker 2: We've got to get the expert in here. Speaker 1: Oh, the expert. Speaker 2: King Arthur. Speaker 1: The expert. Hey, that's a million dollar smile buddy. Speaker 2: This is what we're going to do. Speaker 1: What we going to do? Speaker 2: We going to break it down. Speaker 1: Okay. Break it down. Speaker 2: We're going to be broke. Speaker 1: Uh-huh. Don't break it, don't break it, just shake it, just shake it. Okay, okay. This . . . Speaker 2: All right. You want to do the net catch. Speaker 1: Show me what you got. Speaker 2: Well King Arthur's going to get a good bounce in there first. Speaker 1: First you want to work on the bounce. All right. Speaker 2: You don't want the bounce to be way up there. Speaker 1: Okay. Speaker 2: Because the ball, the higher it goes, the harder it comes down. Speaker 1: Nice, nice. Speaker 2: You want to keep that ball right at that level, right a little bit, depending on how tall you are. Speaker 1: Right, right, right. Speaker 2: A little bit above your head. Speaker 1: Whoa. Speaker 2: King Arthur gets a good bounce first. "Bam." Speaker 1: Okay. Speaker 2: And then he's going to drop right below the ball . . . Speaker 1: Right. Speaker 2: . . . as the ball is right around his face level. Speaker 1: Let's see what he's got. Whoa. Speaker 2: Notice he adjusted to the basketball. Speaker 1: Wow. Speaker 2: As it moves from right to left, because he's an expert, he understands that the ball is not going to control him. He controls the ball. Speaker 1: Oh, controlling the ball. Speaker 2: He's got a good base, feet are shoulder width apart. He gets a good knee bend, bends over, catches it right on the net. He can do it many times. Speaker 1: Whoa. That ball just sits up there. It's like a pocket, man. Can you throw it back up from there? Man 3: Yep. Speaker 1: Into the pocket man, whoa. It's like it's home there or something. Speaker 2: Yeah, it's ET. Speaker 1: It's ET? Speaker 2: Yeah. Speaker 1: Phone home. Speaker 2: Exactly. Speaker 1: Phone home! Speaker 2: Yeah, that's Wheezy though. Speaker 1: Phone home! Speaker 2: Wheezy, yeah, Wheezy, I like Wheezy. Speaker 1: You and Wheezy have a baby? Speaker 2: Yeah, I like him. Speaker 1: What do you say to the baby? Speaker 2: Yeah, I like him, Wheezy. What's that? Speaker 1: That's an officer song. You got to listen to Hot 97 more. Speaker 2: Okay, I'm sorry. There you have it, you have the net catch with King Arthur. Bounce that ball a little above your head, right when it gets right around your face, do a good knee bend, go up catch it right there on the back. Speaker 1: In the pocket. Speaker 2: Good job baby.