Making Shots in the Clutch
Don’t simply be an in game shooter, discover how to be a fourth quarter and overtime maker. Join PGC Director Marke Freeman, as she shares what it takes to make shots in the clutch.
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:
Shoot Like A Pro
If you want to be a high level basketball player, stop going to the gym just “to get shots up”. That’s what average players do.
Discover how to become prepared and confident when you step on the court leading to higher percentage of shots made, more games won, and becoming a player coaches notice.
Basketball Strong: The Power 50 Workout
You don’t have to be a strength and conditioning coach our a scientific mastermind to know that if you cannot lift and control your own body weight, you should not be doing any other external lifting or workout.
Join PGC Director Jayson Wells as he walks you through the Power 50 workout.
Get a quick dose of wisdom to enhance your game and life.
Create Time & Space: 3 Ways to Get More Assists
Do you know that your passing accuracy controls shooting accuracy? The more accurate the pass, the more accurate and quicker the shot will be.
Join PGC Director Tyler Coston, as he shares 3 easy ways to get more assists.
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.
Damian Lillard Hips Attack
Average ball handlers use too much energy when trying to beat a defender. Clever ball handlers like Damian Lillard make the game easy by finding ways to be efficient with their energy.
In this video from PGC Director Tyler Coston, you will learn how to use Lillard’s “hips attack” to create dribble separation against any defender.
Master The Kobe Step
Join PGC Director Tyler Coston, as he walks through the secrets of the Kobe step to score on bigger, faster and more athletic defenders.