Archive for May, 2011

What’s the Best Way to Improve Shot-Making…During Games?

Sunday, May 15th, 2011

Last time, we talked about the importance of offensive
rebounding… in particular how second chance points can overcome a
bad shooting night.

Well, today we’re going to talk about ways to prevent bad shooting
performances… or at least reduce their frequency.

It’s proven that teams that practice “Game-Situation” shooting
drills shoot a better percentage than teams that simply practice
stationary shooting drills.

So, that’s why we’ve gotten NCAA Coach Bennie Seltzer to allow us
to reveal one of his great “Game-situation” Shooting drills:

*Layup, Elbow, Corner*

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Boost In-Game Shooting Percentage With This Awesome Drill

Saturday, May 7th, 2011

Today, you’re gonna discover a quick and easy drill that can help
improve in-game shooting, basketball conditioning, and
the ability to knock-down shots under pressure…

Imagine, if your players never had to dribble, but they could score
10, 20, 30 points in a game and become a scoring machine?

Here’s the drill that will help your players become lethal in-game
shooters:

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