The Art of Shooting: Part 1
How to become a great shooter: find your range
— Watts Basketball (@WattsBBall) September 16, 2017
September 19th, 2017 – First off, all great shooters must understand their range. Just because you made a deep pull-up three in your last game does not mean you have NBA range. We define range as the spot on the floor where you can knock down 8 out of 10 shots consistently at game speed. Once you understand your range, your objective in game situations is to seek out opportunities from the spots on the floor where you shoot a high percentage.
Now, if you’re not satisfied with your range and want to expand to become a real threat from more areas on the court, it’s time to work on your craft.
On October 13th, Donald Watts and the Watts Basketball team are running The Art of Shooting Clinic at Miller Community Center for all players grade 7 & up. Come learn from an all time great UW Husky scorer as we dive into the mental aspects of shooting and apply them to live drills and competitions. Take this step to becoming a great shooter, sign-up below.
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