Basketball Triple Threat
Passing in basketball is a method of exchanging the ball between teammates. Passing is the fastest way to move the ball on the court. When in triple threat, a player should choose to pass if they have a teammate open on the court who can make an easy basket.
Shooting in basketball is the only way players can earn points for their team. When in triple threat, a player should choose to shoot the ball if they are close to the hoop. Regardless if a player is in position, they should always shoot if the shot clock is nearing zero.
Dribbling in basketball is a method of moving the ball on the court, while having the same player retain possession. Dribbling works by having player repeatedly bounce the ball off the floor using one hand. There are rules for how players can dribble, which we'll learn more about in Basketball Dribbling.