Basketball is a team game where every action of each member can affect the whole game. On the basketball court, passing your ball is the most important part of the strategy. Winning or losing the game can be decided by how well your team is able to control the ball. Just like dribbling or shooting your ball, passing skill is important and you need to practice a lot to master. Here are a two most common ways of passing your ball:
In order to perform a chess passing, you need to grip your ball on its left and right sides. You should hold your ball at your chest level with your fingertips pointing toward your chin. It is important to spread your fingers around the ball so that you have a better control of it. Stick your thumbs behind the ball. However, you need to leave a small space between your palms the ball so that you can throw it easier. Your palms may touch the ball after you have passed it and derail the ball. Therefore, it is important to never let your palms to touch the ball when you are holding your basketball.
Bring the ball toward your chess and bend your elbows so that the ball is close to your body. It should be touching your chest before you perform your pass. You then need to find your teammate and turn your upper body toward them (your dominant hand and shoulder should be aligned with your teammate)