A New NBA Champion is Crowned

As a Raptors fan, I gotta be honest…I didn’t think this would ever happen. Here are a few interesting facts you may not know about PGC’s connections to this Raptors team

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Does Kyle Lowry help or hurt the Raptors?

Watch this video from PGC Director Adam Turner as he breaks down one of the most pressing questions of the finals: Does Kyle Lowry help or hurt the Raptors?

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Jab Like Jason Tatum

The best shooters in the game always seem to have more space for their shot — they move their defender with the use of their feet. Watch this video from PGC Director Jayson Wells and learn how to jab like Jason Tatum to create more space for you shot or a direct drive to the basket.

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Unstoppable Move – Dwayne Wade Pivot J

Don’t get stuck in the paint after your dribble. You’re never out of options if you master these three moves shared by Tyler Coston, Director of Player Development at PGC.

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THINK THE GAME

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Why Players Don’t Get Better in the Off-Season…

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Create Space and Pace on Offense (Video)

Learn to play offense the same way you breathe. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he teaches the alternating current philosophy on offense, which will allow your team to get better shots and keep the defense scrambling.

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Better Passing by Breaking Windows (Drill Video)

Mediocre passers attempt to pass around and over defenders. Great passers pass through defenders. To pass through defenders, you must subconsciously know which windows are open. To do this, you must learn to be patient. Keep your elbow bent and the ball next your body. Open passing windows with your eyes and your height.

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How Devin Booker Scored 70 Points

When asked about what he learned in the NBA, Devin Booker said the number one thing he learned was he does not have to play fast. The NBA game is all about holding something back and knowing when to use those one or two steps. That’s control.

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