Inside Foot Pivot And Shot & Shooting Drill

Focus on a form, balance and footwork.
  • Start at the free-throw line.
  • Plant one foot on the floor and spin inside twice, so you get back facing the basket and shoot the ball.
  • Try to maintain good form and balance. Make five from each foot.
Rewards
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  • 1
    Characteristic boost
    Mid-range shots: +1
  • 2
    Coins
    +5 coins
Shooting basketballs can be tough and even more so when it's from the free-throw line. To practice shooting effectively, basketball players can use a drill that involves planting one foot on the floor and spinning inside twice so they get back facing the basket in order to shoot the ball. This drill helps basketball players focus on their form and balance as they step up to take their shot from the free-throw line. To practice this drill, basketball players should try to make five shots from each foot. With enough repetition of this drill, basketball players will see improved accuracy and confidence when taking basketball jump shots.
— Coach Dan