Skilz Dribble Stick - review?

NomarsFool

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Has anyone tried this thing? It seems a little gimmicky and I'm wondering if it's engaging enough for a kid to really be interested enough in it to work on improving their handle.
 

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Never used it, but I''m like 90% sure I saw this product, perhaps by its initial inventor, on one of those "shark tank" type shows...possibly the Canada or UK variant.
 

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Has anyone tried this thing? It seems a little gimmicky and I'm wondering if it's engaging enough for a kid to really be interested enough in it to work on improving their handle.
generally this stuff is a waste o time. It doesn't do much a chair and a yardstick can't do.

But sometimes kids really like something and they put in the time. That is the possible value, that a kid will really like it. I mean I bought a net for my kid to hit off a tee, and if was no better than a tarp over the closeline (he was 11) but he liked it a lot more and did more reps.

I would only get this if it is possible to return. But, it may fire a kid up.