You can skip to 1:30 on the video.
When I read about Kobe talking about some of his "secrets", my ears certainly perked up. I'm sure yours did too.
Kobe has been one of the best players of this generation and possibly one of the best guards of all time.
In the video, Kobe revealed that he has 2 moves on the perimeter and 2 moves in the post. He believes that you don't need a lot of moves. You just need a few.
On the perimeter, he dribbles right or he dribbles left and pulls up for the jump shot.
He knows that if he gets an inch on the defender, he will make a high percentage of these shots.
Kobe wants to do what he does best because he knows this will give them the best chance for success.
Have You Heard This Before? Possibly...
For some of you, this may sound extremely familiar....
"Do what you do best. And do it immediately."
This quote comes directly from Don Kelbick when teaching his Attack and Counter Skill Development System.
You can see Don teaching in this video clip.
Why does this work so well... It steers you towards things you are successful and confident at. It eliminates indecision. And indecision is the enemy of success.
And what would you rather do... something you're good at? Or something the defense wants you to do... something that you're probably not good at... something where your success rate will be lower?
A Missing "Secret" From Kobe's Video
Something that wasn't talked about in the video is that Kobe also has great footwork counters.
Anybody who has watched him play will tell you that he has great footwork... possibly the best in the league.
When the defense completely takes away what Kobe wants to do and what Kobe is really good at doing, he blows by them with a footwork counter.
So if a player overplays Kobe's pull up jumper to the right, he could easily drop step (or spin) to the basket for a wide open lane.
And that's exactly what you want to do... become really good at your go-to move. Become so good that the defense has to play out of position in order to take it away. And then BAM... hit them with your footwork counter.
For those of you who have been taught by Don Kelbick or by someone using his Attack and Counter Skill Development System, this probably sounds really familiar.
Don teaches you footwork counters to complement your "Go-To" moves.
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