If you plan on being a basketball player that is taken seriously, to you there will be no such thing as a “weak hand.”
For those unfamiliar with the terminology, your ‘weak hand’ (which is what it will be referred to throughout this Handbook, even though our goal is eliminate ‘weak’ hands) is the hand you don’t write or shoot jumpers with, generally speaking. If you are right-handed, your left is your weak hand.
You should be able to do everything -- dribble, pass, finish around the basket -- with both hands close to equally. The only thing your non-dominant hand won’t be great at (or used at all for) is shooting jumpshots.
This Handbook will address your weak hand’s ball handling (Ball Handling is also covered in more detail in the Ball Handling Hoop Handbook) and finishing abilities. Passing is covered in the Passing Mini-Handbook. These drills will assume the workouts of a right handed player -- making the left hand our focus. If you are left-handed, simply switch the direction and hands used in each drill.