Extend your Range and Improve Accuracy
Lillard and Curry have been great shooters for a long time, but one astounding thing about them is the distance with which they shoot. The reason? A deeper uncontested three is a better shot for them than a three with a defender crowding their space. But here’s the question. How are they able to make so many shots from so far out, and how can you begin to do the same? The answer: efficient power generation, intentional focus on the finish, and thousands of repetitions.
Mastering The Shot Fake
To become a great shooter like Steph Curry, Maya Moore, Sue Bird, and JJ Redick, you must have a great shot fake. Here are the two ways you can improve your shot fake, today:
Extend Your Range Like Damian Lillard
Lower level athletes often think practicing their shots from further away will make them better shooters.
To extend your range, join PGC director Matt McLeod as he shares two specific habits you must do in order to become a Damian Lillard shooter.
Shooting Workout: Become a JJ Reddick Shooter
Through studying the greatest shooters around the world, we’ve learned that they all have two things in common; accuracy and shot speed. Join PGC Director Matt McLeod as he walks you through the shooting drill you need to become a JJ Reddick shooter.
Get a quick dose of wisdom to enhance your game and life.
#LockLeft to Become a Lock Down Defender
Great defenders find gaps, play the odds and make it difficult for a good offense to succeed. If you want to become a great defender, check out this video from PGC Director Matt McLeod. In this week’s video, Matt breaks down three things you can do today to stop players that are bigger, faster and stronger.
Pass Fake Like Rondo
Join PGC Director Matt McLeod and discover how to become a better playmaker with the use of your fakes today.
What NBA point guard Jeremy Lin said about PGC
We were privileged to host a PGC clinic with Atlanta Hawks point guard Jeremy Lin.
Here’s what Jeremy had to say about his time with us:
“The thing I love about PGC is they teach players to think the game. They learned about leadership, how to communicate, how to stretch yourself, take on risk—life lessons. It’s a different level of understanding of the game.”