Basketball Tips: How To Step Back

August 27th, 2014
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“Basketball moves” just like the step back are usually not easy to master however should you implement the “basketball drills” shown on this video, in time it is possible for you to to use this shot in the game.


When executing any of the “basketball drills” shown here in Youtube be sure to go full speed. Especially while you’re trying to add new “basketball moves”. When you don’t go full speed then when you get in the game it is going to be very difficult for you to actually make the shot which is the most important thing.


Everybody loves a scorer but no one likes a ball hog.That’s the reason you have to make sure your “basketball fundamentals” like passing and screening are also developed to be an all around player. And keep in mind any “basketball tips” given here are to be taken with some disclaimer. That which means that you need to know that different coaches have totally different philosophies. It’s your objective to please your own coach so that you could get playing time and stay in his or her good graces.


If you really want to be a threat on offense you need to have a big toolbox of moves that will ensure you can convert in any situation.



Basketball Shooting Basics

September 25th, 2013
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If you want to be an excellent shooter, you MUST HAVE superb basketball shooting form and technique. Nevertheless, you do not need “perfect” shooting form. In other words, your shooting form won’t ever be 100%, and you do not want to be robotic.


With that mentioned, you will never be an awesome shooter until you’ve “satisfactory” form and mechanics. It’s quite common for players to have fatal flaws in their strategy, and frankly they don’t have any chance of turning into consistent shooters.


Courtside with Julz ‘s Shooting Basics takes you through the basics of shooting so that you understand every aspect of it, why it is necessary and the way you ought to be shooting the ball.