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  • in the description and check them out. Hi I'm Coach Collin Castellw with SHot

  • and this is the LeBron James Power Dip. Now the power dip is an awesome move that LeBron

  • james uses all the time and has kinda perfected it in the last couple years. It's the perfect

  • move because not only does it give him extra separation to get off a shot but also most

  • of the time draws a foul on his defender. So because not only you get separation but

  • you also draw fouls it is perfect for defenders even if they are bigger or smaller then you.

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  • down the move and be on the look out for the 3 main keys that will help you execute this

  • move. The LeBron james Power Dip is brought to you by Krossover. Click the link in the

  • description and check out more. So this move begins as LeBron james beats his man to the

  • basket. It works best of your defender is running hip to hip next to you. That way they

  • are out of position. So the first key is that you want to launch off your inside foot. this

  • makes it look less like LeBron James is initiating the contact and makes it look like it is more

  • of a foul on the defender. The next thing you want to do is initiate the contact early.

  • It works best if you can draw contact before your defender has a chance to jump. this will

  • catch them out of position and make it easier for the referee to call a foul against them.

  • So the last thing you want to do is focus through the contact and find your target you

  • are aiming at. You can't go wrong with locking your eyes on the top corner of the square

  • and then putting the ball softly off of it. Alright so remember there are 3 main keys

  • to keep in mind doing this move. #1 you want to jump off of your inside foot that way it

  • creates more natural power and it does not look like your jumping into the defender as

  • much drawing that offensive foul. Key #2 is that you want to create that contact early.

  • it is really important that you create that contact before you defensive player can get

  • set. This is really important because it puts your defender out of position and so when

  • the refs need to make a call they really can only call it on the defender. And finally

  • key #3 you need to focus with your eyes through contact, find your target as soon as you possibly

  • can and put the ball on point. You will see sometimes that guys forget to aim the ball

  • and just kinda throw it off the backboard. So really focus through that contact, find

  • your target, and put it in. Alright I'm Coach Collin Castellaw and I want to thank you again

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