Setting the Low Pass

Sometimes a pass is low and quick. Instead of waiting for the ball to hit the net, try to get your hands on it and set it from a low position. It takes a lot of arm strength to set an outside ball in this position and a lot of leg strength to support your body in a crouched position. If you can do it, this is the best way to handle a low pass. Getting your hands on the ball gives you much better control and better location options. Get a quick read on the ball, and decide where it's going to drop. Run to that position, and get low. Make sure your feet and body are under the ball because you'll need that leverage to push the ball up. Take the set in the normal setting position, and push it to your target

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