Watch as Coach Drew Valentine explains, and players demonstrate switching on a dribble handoff. Coach does not want to pressure the ball but make the ball handler uncomfortable by having a hand up. The off-ball defender should be higher in their gap with their hands up off the ball. They must have their head and eyes on a swivel to guard against a back cut. The on-ball defender must call switch and steer the dribbler east-west preventing a wheel and step up on the switch. After the switch, the off-ball defender stays in the gap.