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8 Basketball Dribbling Drills That Can Challenge NBA Players

Industry: Basketball

The basketball world has received a 3 minute challenge that could push the NBA's best players. This 2-ball dribbling drills workout is known as the #2BallChallenge.

McMinnville, OR (PRUnderground) November 5th, 2013

A new challenge has been issued to the basketball world: Try the 2 ball dribbling drills workout known as the 2-Ball Challenge, and your poor ball handling skills may soon be as obsolete as typewriters. 

The 2-Ball Challenge is made up of 8 dribbling drills that are designed to prepare a player's skills for game situations. The first minute and a half of the workout is made up of stationary drills and the last minute and a half is made up of moving drills. Players that score high enough in this challenge will have the chance of winning a free prize at

Jon "Superhandles" Hildebrandt, the architect of the #2BallChallenge, is widely known for his ball-handling skills. Lamar Hurd, a commentator for the Pac-12 Networks, went up against players such as Nate Robinson and Brandon Roy while in college and had this to say about Hildebrandt:

"I can honestly say that Jon's the best ball handler that I've ever seen handle the basketball."

Players can immediately take Hildebrandt up on his challenge by viewing the following video:

According to Hildebrandt, “As my Superhandles family and I have looked at the game of basketball, we've noticed that skilled ball handlers are about as rare as a bearded woman. This led me to put together a short workout filled with 2 ball dribbling drills that would hopefully motivate players to enhance this rare skill. The result is now known as the 2-Ball Challenge."

Here are 3 reasons that basketball players of all ages and skill levels should give the 2-Ball Challenge a shot:

  • This workout can be completed in less than 5 minutes. All a player has to do is play the 2-Ball Challenge video and follow Supe’s example as he performs the dribbling drills.
  • A player can perform this workout on a regular basis in order to chart their progress. When he/she improves, the score increase can encourage and motivate them to get better.
  • If a player scores high enough, they will have the chance to win a free Superhandles prize.

To get started on this workout, visit you up for the challenge?

About Superhandles, Inc.

Jon ”Superhandles” Hildebrandt is the innovator of the Superhandles Advantage training programs that are available at Since 2008, players of all ages and skill levels have utilized his rigorous 100 level skill building system to maximize their ability as basketball players. Over 25 instructional video products are available in both DVD and Streaming format, which enables players from across the world to instantly start Gaining the Superhandles Advantage over their competition. Superhandles, Inc. is headquartered in McMinnville, Oregon.

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