This video series covers free throws in basketball. Learn proper technique and how to practice and improve your free throw shots. Topics covered, in order are: pre-shot routine, physical mechanics, mental mechanics, rhythm and timing, and practice. Part 1 of 5 - How to Practic ...more
One of the most important and overlooked aspect of basketball is free throws. There's no reason a free throw can't be made every time, and this video will teach coaches and young children playing ball the best practices for getting ready for making the free throw. Shooting a f ...more
Learn how to work on your back spin and follow-through with the help of this terrific free-throw basketball drill.
If you're a small guard in basketball, paradoxically you often want to get a bigger man defending you so you can exploit their lack of speed. Watch this video to learn from Deron Williams how he uses a crossover / step back move from a screen to get the big man on him, then fa ...more
Often used to settle scores, 21 is a continuous, fast-paced version of basketball with few rules and little room for error. You Will Need * Three players * A basketball * A hoop or half of a court Step 1. Decide who starts with the ball Decide who starts with the ball. Fli ...more
Learn how to strengthen your follow-through movement and your shot with the help of this free-throw skill basketball drill.
Learn how to shoot the basketball using the "L position" and the "T-Ball position". These techniques are fundamental for making three point shots and free throws. Great drills for inexperienced or junior players.
March Madness—the period when college basketball teams compete for the championship—is a perfect time to throw a party. Learn how to throw the best March Madness party around with tips from Howcast. You Will Need * Food * Drink * Decorations * Poster board * The number of a ...more
Learn how to improve follow-through on your free throws with the help of this chair follow-through drill, aimed at making you stronger and improving your shot.
Ren Stern and Jason Williams demonstrate how to make a foul shot with a basketball. You have ten seconds to shoot the ball. You can bounce the ball beforehand and relax a little bit if you are tired.
Learn how to exercise by doing the medicine ball throw on incline bench. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: triceps Secondary Muscle Group: chest, levator scapulae, pec minor, serratus anterior, shoulders, traps - lower, traps - upper Base Movement: throw Equipment: bench ...more
Learn how to exercise by doing the squat and medicine ball side throw. EXERCISE DETAILS: Primary Muscle Group: glutes Secondary Muscle Group: abs and obliques, calves, chest, hamstrings, lower back, quads, shoulders Base Movement: squat, throw, trunk rotation Equipment: medici ...more
Beer is the staple for sports parties, and few men would dare veer from the brewskis during a great football, basketball, hockey or baseball game. But let's face it, ale and lager can only go so far, and yes, even men like change every now and then. That's where AJ Rathbun com ...more
In this edition of ClubHouseGas, with host Casey Bass, basketball coach Chuck Melito shows us how to shoot free throws. He shows us how to work on both the mental and the physical approach to free throw shooting. A right-handed shooter should place his right foot at the center ...more
Shannon Brown makes what might possibly be the greatest missed dunk of all time in the fourth quarter of the Suns v. Lakers basketball game last night. Via Balls Don't Lie, "Even though he missed, that totally gets a 'wowee we wa' from this guy. The miss was so good that peo ...more
If you're sick of playing chess in Facebook Messenger, there's another little-known game you can play with your friends directly in the app—basketball. This hidden game was originally added to Messenger before March Madness 2016, and still works perfectly to this day. Just ma ...more
The stereotypical geek is not good at sports. Think about it, we’re known for spending time in dark basements doing weird stuff that has nothing to do with running around and being active. So we’re known for our inability to play sports, but I wouldn't call it an inability so ...more
During the unveiling of its content partnership with the NBA, Magic Leap CEO Rony Abovitz, with an assist from former player/current pitchman Shaquille O'Neal, described at least one of the ways fans would be able to experience sports using the augmented reality device. What ...more
NBA star Andre Iguodala, of the Golden State Warriors, got to try out a Magic Leap demo in Florida and started dishing out some pretty revealing details about the upcoming mixed reality headset to CNET's Brian Tong. Apparently, Iguodala "felt" something in his hand while he w ...more