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The Shot: Shooting Drills & Techniques

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Item Number: BD-00430

  • Currently 2.50/5 Stars.
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  • Improve your Basketball coaching!
  • Learn from Steve Alford!
  • Take your team to the next level!
  • Learn from the best, to become your best!
with Steve Alford, UCLA Head Coach;
former University of New Mexico Men's Basketball,
4x MWC Champions, 2x MWC Coach of the Year;
former NCAA All-American, NBA guard and Olympic Gold Medalist;
former University of Iowa Head Coach

Coach Alford covers every aspect of shooting in this video. Building your Shot begins at the free throw line with the catch and pivot, proper alignment and a shooter's attitude. Coach Alford then demonstrates simple techniques to expand your free throw into jump shots and shooting off the dribble. Learn how to correct "a flying elbow" and a poor pivot. Focus on correct alignment with Coach Alford's four-point checklist and develop the proper attitude to become a successful shooter. Finally, these principles are put to work in various shooting drills.

1996. 48 minutes.

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The Shot: Shooting Drills & Techniques
on May 2, 2016
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
4/5 Stars

by Anonymous

Solid video, well explained. Alford is a shooter's coach so I really wanted to it from him ... and I thought did a nice job.

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The Shot: Shooting Drills & Techniques
on April 6, 2009
  • Currently 1/5 Stars.
1/5 Stars

by Anonymous

I was pretty disappointed in Alford's shooting video. Pretty simplistic and not much meat. The drills were interesting but I was looking for way more on shot mechanics details. Alford's alignment presentation was over simplified and very incomplete. No discussion of shooting grip, balance hand management, how the hand finishes. Big toe over the nail is great, but where does the ball start? Where do the eyes start?Alignment of other body parts? Is the shooter right or left eye dominant? Elbow angle? Wrist angle? Rhythm of the shot? Great player but not a great video.

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