The Maravich drills are named after the legendary "Pistol" Pete Maravich. Maravich still holds the NCAA single season scoring record and the career scoring record while only playing three seasons. In addition to being a great scorer, anybody who watched him marveled at his ability to handle the basketball. He was truly a magician with the basketball. If you would like to be a great ball handler like Pistol Pete, the Maravich drill series is an essential foundation.
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All the Pete Maravich eulogies included stories about his singleminded upbringing, about his father putting a basketball in his hands soon after he was born, about Pete dribbling a ball in the aisle in the movie theaters, so consumed was he by the necessity to be the best. Later, after his year professional career, Maravich seized on whatever fashionable endeavor came along to momentarily fill the void. He dabbled in astronomy and astrology, mysticism and survivorism. He became a nutrition freak. At one point, he was heavily into UFOs, and he even painted a message on the roof of his home, offering himself as a willing UFO captive.
Learn from Legendary Pete Maravich with the drills he did as a young boy growing up. You'll learn the essential fundamentals to be a great basketball player. And you'll even learn some of Pistol Pete's trick moves as well.
You can also learn the techniques and drills that Maravich and his father, Press Maravich, took a lifetime developing. Pete Maravich Passing Drills from the Homework Basketball 4 DVD instructional series is one of the most in-depth basketball instructional films ever produced on the subject of passing. Are you a team player?