A change in direction by cutting with the outside of the foot after a roll (drag) dribble.
When to do this move
If you have an opponent pressuring you as your dribble, this reverse works exactly like a pullback. You can do it when you are dribbling slow or fast, but make sure you are comfortable with this style of dribbling before you attempt doing it in a game.
How to do the Roll and Cut Reverse
1. Roll the ball with the bottom of your foot, and quickly lower the foot and cut it with outside part.
2. Make sure to emphasize the cut hard enough so the ball rolls in the opposite direction so you can accelerate towards it.