Great post players keep their hands up when they are moving to a position and "moment of opportunity". The greatest problem for the average post player is their hands are down as they are moving to receive a ball. This occurs in transition, off the secondary break, and in set offense. Hands up as you move is a signal to any teammate "I am ready, willing and able to score." Hands down, says look some other time. What signal do you give?
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