Originally Posted by 3stat2
On defense, when they're backing down, remember that taller people have to dribble higher. That makes it a lot easier for you to knock the ball away. Make sure you don't foul though, don't be too aggressive in your steal attempts. But if they already have position, there's not much you can do with a 6" height difference (unless they're extremely crap)
Yes there is a ton of things you can do. Look steve nash is 6' right? and he is white. Do you know how he is driving on guys that are a foot taller then him? He makes contact and creates space that way. The best way to make space ironicly is to create contact and us the space you get to get your best shot. Also use your speed, even if you aren't a great shoot, it don't matter use the rim to protect the ball by doing reverses also you said they aren't calling fouls so there isnt any offensive fouls so really go into him. It has helped me soo much especially for me during AAU. I'm 6'4" and white and ussually going up against very athletic 6'6"+ guys so I have found that using my body to create space makes it a lot easier to score even if I'm not as athletic or as tall.
So try it and tell me how it goes it may take a little practice, I'm still getting used to doing it.