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I have worked with basketball players of all shapes and sizes for many years and one of the most difficult moves to grasp that has the most advantages is the jump stop. This is just as simple as it sounds but rarely used the right way or especially at the right time.
As I grew up I was very good at scoring the ball from anywhere on the court, but as I got older I found that I was getting called for a lot of charging calls. Teams knew that when I drove to the basket I wasn't going to stop. As a result, I was called for a lot of charging calls. I was fortunate enough to go to a basketball camp one summer in Iowa called Future Stars that was run by a man named Van Coleman. He had some excellent instructors throughout the country that would work with us.