In this breakdown, Coach Bre Salley showcases the fake reverse layup move to use primarily when you beat a bigger defender off the dribble and they are looking to block the shot from behind. By faking the reverse layup, the defender will likely bite and leave you with a wide open layup on the other side.
Check out the full breakdown below!
This is a move commonly used by Rajon Rondo of the Los Angeles Lakers. It's a relatively simple move but needs to be worked on to get the footwork down and to be able to execute in a game situation.
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