Tip Drill

Tip drill may refer to:

  • Tip drill (basketball), a basketball exercise
  • "Tip Drill (song)", a song by Nelly that makes reference to African-American sexual slang.
  • a type of small hand drill that uses very small drill bits (most smaller than 1/16")

Other articles related to "tip drill, tip, drill":

Tip Drill (basketball)
... A tip drill is a basketball exercise in which players take turns to tip the ball off the backboard consecutively without the ball touching the ground ... to the back of the queue leaving the next player to repeat the drill ... The aim of the drill is to develop timing and jumping ability for rebounding ...

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