Basketball Drills & Tips : How to Shoot a Basketball Better
The trick to shooting a basketball better is learning the proper way to place the body and hold the ball. Understand the key points to correctly shoot a basket with helpful advice from a Division I coach in this free video on playing basketball.Expert: Tony IngleContact: www.tonyingle.comBio: Tony Ingle is the head coach of Kennesaw State University, a division one institution with more than 22,000 students located 20 miles north of Atlanta, Georgia.Filmmaker: Michael Burton
SLAM & BODYARMOR have some tips to help elevate your weak-hand finishing.
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To be a great offensive player, you have to have balance and you have to be able to finish through contact. Here are some of our favorite finishing drills.
Register now for our 2 Day Camp June 3-4th, 2016: http://bit.ly/1RZ3uxYCoach Nick got on the court with coach Jim Jones to demonstrate a skill every player must master in order to become effective at dribbling the basketball. Jim Jones teaches in Southern California: reach him at [email protected] and http://topgunbball.com/jimjonesDemonstrating on court: Psalm Maduakor of Narbonne HS 6'3" Guard, Class of 2017SUBSCRIBE HERE FOR MORE: http://bit.ly/BBallSub
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In order to be an effective offensive player, you have to have great footwork. Here are some of our favorite footwork & explosiveness drills.
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