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A good basketball strategy for shooting a basketball relies in your form, you want to keep your non-shooting arm in the L formation. You can also spread your fingers in
your shooting hand in a web formation to prevent the basketball from moving around too much. For A good reason to spread your fingers when your shooting here is an test that
you can try:
1. Hold the basketball in one hand with your fingers spread placed on your fingertips, and then hold it with the basketball in your palm without holding the basketball on your fingertips.
Did you notice the difference? You have much more control over the basketball when you hold the basketball on your fingertips and spread them. Along with this, you want to follow
through until the basketball hits the rim. This increases accuracy and allows you to visualize the basketball going inside the hoop.
A great tactic is to shoot the basketball the same way each and every time that you pull up for a jump shot or catch and shoot. Master the motion of your shot and you will hit a very high percentage
if you can get your stroke down packed. When you watch a guy like Ray Allen or even Kobe Bryant, they shoot the same way almost every time, and they also have great form.
You also want to avoid shooting with two hands as much as possible in order to avoid a bad rotation on the ball that is not as accurate as shooting with one hand.
Your non-shooting hand is supposed to guide the basketball where you would like it to go, not interfere with your jump shot.
I hope this post helps you shoot the best you possibly can.
If you take action and try doing a few drills you can play like a pro and impress yourself, your friends, your family and everyone on the basketball court that your playing against. It can be a very difficult competing against ballers that are better then you but the tips on this blog can help give you the edge for success.
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