How to: Shoot a basketball PERFECTLY! Basketball Shooting Technique and Drills
- Published: 11 October 2017
- In this video Coach Alex will go over how to shoot a basketball perfectly! These basketball shooting tips focus on yoru shot release so that you can increase your range and accuracy. These are VERY EFFECTIVE Shooting Secrets to keep in mind when shooting the basketball, and to incorporate into your basketball shot to increase your shooting percentage!
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About Coach Alex:
- 4 year starter in the NCAA (UC Irvine), 125 career starts, 3 years as Captain
- Set a UCI freshman single-season record with 144 assists
- Named Big West Conference Freshman of the Year
- Ranked No. 16 in the nation in assist-to-turnover ratio (3.26)
- Won Two Big West regular-season titles with UCI and the program's only conference NCAA tournament crown
Inside of today's video we'll go through how to shoot a basketball perfectly every time. Practice these basketball shooting tips to increase your shooting percentage and knock down more shots in games. These Basketball Shooting Drills may be Simple or Difficult depending on your condition and skill level! Review them, Practice, and Incorporate them into your shot to become a more accurate shooter on the Basketball Court Today!
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