Cross Step Mid-Range Pull Ups & Shooting Drill

Focus on a form, balance and footwork.
  • Start at the elbow with your back to the basket.
  • After the pass or self-pass, use the inside pivot to face the basket and then use the cross-step to attack the middle with one dribble and pull up.
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  • 1
    Characteristic boost
    Mid-range shots: +1
  • 2
    +6 coins
Developing basketball shooting skills is essential for any basketball player. To master mid-range pull up shots, a great drill to try is starting at the elbow with your back to the basket. After passing or self-passing, perform an inside pivot to then face the basket and use a cross step with one dribble to attack the middle. By executing this basketball drill, players can effectively practice their mid-range pull up shooting skills and become more confident when it comes game time.
— Coach Dan