Shoot Like A Pro

Learn the techniques NBA players use to improve their game.

Building Your Range

Building Range Steph Curry has been great for the game of basketball. He's made shooting cool again. I'm about as critical as anyone about shooters, but even I agree he's probably the greatest shot-maker that the game has ever seen. That doesn't mean I think he has...

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If it Ain’t Broke, Don’t Fix It

I’m a shooting coach. My purpose is to work with guys that struggle shooting the basketball and to help them get better. Every once in a while, I’ll see someone that is already a good shooter that I can help make even better, but for the most part, it is the weaker...

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Toes at the Rim

This is probably the hottest debate in shooting technique right now. Toes at the rim, or turn? I'll start with what I teach, then explain why. I teach toes at the rim. The reason why goes back to positive energy. As much as possible, I want the shooter’s body to...

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Are Underhand Free Throws a Good Idea?

A question I get, usually once or twice a year, is, “would you ever teach anyone to shoot underhand like Rick Barry?” My answer is no. “But it’s so much easier,” they say. And I guess that is where I have the biggest problem. In my mind, there is no way that a...

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Positioning for Coaches – Where I Stand

It's so easy to get into routines. I'm a creature of habit, so it's very easy for me as well. Every once in a while you have the opportunity to step back and look at some of the most simple aspects of your routine and assess their benefits. I wanted to share one of my...

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How to Become a Better Free Throw Shooter

I see this blog topic a lot, but I’m going to try to give you a little bit more thought than the generic answers of having a routine and practicing free throws when you are tired. Even at the NBA level many players have a routine that they’ve used for years, they will...

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