Point Guard, Kyrie Irving, gives us a detailed, inside look at how he practices his layups and carries them over
When Michael Jordan drove into the paint, fouling him was often the only option for the defense. Drawing that many fouls, Jordan had to work hard on his free throw game. In December 1993 Jordan made 20 free throws against the Miami Heat in just one half, a record that still remains unbroken. In this(…)
Dell Curry is the father of Golden State Warriors’ sharpshooter Steph Curry and a master of the 3-point shot during his playing time from 1986 to 2002. His tutelage undoubtedly played a huge role in his son’s success, so it’s definitely a good idea to take any advice he has when it comes to jump(…)
A lot of younger players tend to just stand around and wait for the ball on the offensive end. Richard “Rip” Hamilton, one of the top off-ball players to ever play in the NBA, shows just how important it is to know where to go without the ball.
During his time, Bruce Bowen earned a reputation as one of the best defensive small forwards in the game. In this video, Bowen explains the fundamentals of successful man-to-man defense
Everybody knows that Steve Nash is one of the best passers to ever step on the NBA court. Let the 5-time assists leader show you the basics behind effective ball movement.
Carlos Boozer, one of the leauge’s best post players, explains the basic concepts behind post moves
Emeka Okafor is one of the NBA’s top shot blockers. In this video the 6’10 big man shares the fundamentals of effective defense at the rim.
Ray Allen, one of the best shooters in the NBA, shows his jump shot technique and the drills that help perfect it.