The jumpstop or pro-hop move is a common scoring move you’ll see in pro and college basketball; it allows the ball handler to gather herself and have balance before finishing her play with a pass or shot. Used properly, the jumpstop can create space for the ball handler, initiate contact on scoring opportunities, free the ball handler from a crowd of defenders, and more -- there is not a limit to what you can accomplish with a total grasp of any skill in the game.
This program will have you working on a bevy of scoring moves and techniques, all utilizing the jumpstop. All reps and sets are counted in made baskets and not attempts.
Pay attention to the Jumpstop Tutorial below and be sure you are executing the move properly, so in live game situations your movements will come naturally and without hesitation.
The moves in the demonstration videos are done form certain areas of the floor, but you are not married to these areas. When you are working through the program, work in the areas that fit your game and the situations you (expect to) see. Experiment with varying finishing techniques -- floater, runners, layups, dunks (if you can).