Great offenses pass well and often. A team of good passers can pick apart the biggest and best defenses because a pass almost always moves faster than a defender. While there are a number of different passes, they all require the same basic fundamentals. Like dribbling and shooting, players should use their fingers and fingertips, not the palms of their hands, to execute a pass. There are two passes every player must master to become a good passer: The two-handed chest pass and the two-handed bounce pass.