los manuales son muy istructivos y me han servido mucho, dentro de esto me gustaría sugerirles los publiquen en español, puesto que la ayuda que ustedes prestan podria ser mas diversificada, muchas gracias amigos.
Joe Haefner (Co-Founder of Breakthrough Basketball) says:
4/7/2008 at 8:06:07 AM
You will need to use your legs. Your legs help generate power for your shot. If you don't use your legs, it makes it very difficult to shoot a 3-point shot. You may also need to drop your elbow slightly.
In order to increase your range, go as far out as you can go while being able to comfortably shoot the basketball with good form. Let's say that's 15 feet. Take a step back to 17 or 18 feet and work on that shot until you can comfortably shoot the ball with good form. Once, you can do that, take another step back, and shoot until you're comfortable from that spot. By then, you should be shooting 3-pointers. Be patient. This can take months, even years. If you are under the age of 15, I wouldn't even worry about shooting 3-pointers.
You do NOT need to shoot 3-pointers in order to be a good basketball player. It helps, but it is not a necessity. In college basketball this year, a player by the name of Adam Emmenecker who played basketball at Drake won the MVP award of Missouri Valley Conference and he did not make one 3-point shot. And he was a point guard!!
Make sure to focus & play to your strengths and work on your weaknesses.
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