Here is another idea for a move to teach players to use to finish at the basket.
I believe that it is important for players to develop moves to finish at the basket against a good or a large (or both) defender they have practiced and are confident in. The more confidence a player has in his or her ability and moves to finish at the basket, the more they can be the aggressor rather than being dictated to by the defense.
In my opinion, players don’t need a lot of moves. They need a go to move and a counter. I also believe that the moves should be individualized for each player and not moves that everyone on the team uses.
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Even if you don’t like the Crawford move, I hope you will find what works for your players and develop a system to teach then and implement them in you scoring drills in practice and in summer workouts.
Here is another link to another finishing move:
In my opinion, the Euro Step is a good finishing move in both transition and in the half court.
The Euro step is a good way for a player to avoid picking up a charging foul and also to get a clean look at a layup against a good defender.