For basketball players who want to work on their dribbling skills, two-ball juggling drills can be an effective exercise. To keep the drills interesting, balls should be moved in a circular direction in both clockwise and counter-clockwise motions. This process involves bouncing one ball over before handing the other over, repeating this action every time. Doing this drill for 30 seconds twice is essential as it trains basketball players to move both hands at the same time during quick transfers of the basketball, allowing them to work on smoother basketball handling techniques. This drill can help basketball players build up skill and experience faster than by performing single basketball drills.