Youth Director Shades Mountain Baptist Church
What's the most important thing about shooting the basketball? You want to make the basket! Basketball Coach Rick Swing discusses and demonstrates the proper technique for shooting the basketball in this video set. Beginning with the proper athletic stance and following through the shot, this basketball set is perfect for young players. Various shooting styles are demonstrated as Coach discusses what works, what doesn't, and why it's good to have a shooting style that you are comfortable with. In the end, it's not so much how you start, but how you finish that matters.
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The fundamentals of shooting the basketball are covered here. The stance, shoulder and elbow position, and how to hold the basketball on your shooting hand with the wrist cocked are covered in a simple teaching progression. Great for youth league coaches, parents, and players.
Athletes aren't all the same. Some are left-handed, some right. Some are taller with longer arms. Others may have a wider stance or a straighter back. The important thing is for athletes to learn correct shooting skills, and then to develop a comfortable style that will allow for a good shot. In this video, Coach walks through shooting with players of various styles.
Starting with passing fundamentals and moving to more complex skills with the "Michigan Break", "Tennessee" and "Cherokee" drills plus the "Five-Man-Weave".
This is from a clinic put on for a youth basketball program by Coach Spurlock at Homewood High School and covers some of the drills and techniques you can use t
This basketball video series is great for coaches, athletes, and parents.
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