Basketball is an easily relatable sport for young kids as they naturally love to run and jump, and then just add dribble and shoot. Layups.com shares some skills to work on with younger children:
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So, you are a very enthusiastic basketball parent, perhaps you played on your high school or your college team and basketball memories are paramount to you. You want to share that passion with your child. Here are some fun ways that Breakthrough Basketball suggests that you introduce the "game of your life" to your children:
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