The following diagrams show how two players can combine two attack dribble actions back to back in 4 different ways. In short, it shows the 4 possible combinations of players using the attack dribble to their right and to their left.
A number of different skills can be taught as a part of this building block. Ball handling, 1 on 1 moves, passing, post slides, circle movement, shooting, finishing, pivoting, and spacing are all possibilities on the offensive side of the ball. Of course if you put defense on the court, there are many other possibilities as well.
Keep in mind there are a number of other combinations as well with different players at different spots, but these building blocks teach players how to be aggressive with the ball as well as show them their different options when they are aggressive. Placing defenders on the court forces them to learn how to defend a ball handler who wants to use their attack dribble. It’s important in these situations to make the defenders be aggressive so they can learn how to keep a ball handler in front of them.