Games tend to be lost in the clutch, so you need to know the keys to being a standout player who thrives in the game’s biggest moments. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he shows you important habits to learn on both sides of the ball as the clock winds down.
Players at any position can find themselves in the post, needing a few key moves to successfully attack the defense. Join PGC Director Jayson Wells as he shows you how to pause for poise, use a “we” pivot, and crab dribble to help accurately read the defense and make the correct decision.
Kevin Durant is one of the NBA’s most dangerous players when coming full speed at a defender. Attacking at his defender’s face, Durant has a handful of moves that allow him to move his defender out of position. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston as he shows you the keys to attack like Kevin Durant in transition, including rolling your crossover and hitting the four-step stutter.
Most modern offenses are built around ball screens. If you want to be a playmaker at any level, you have to excel at utilizing them. One of the best at reading ball screens is Houston’s James Harden, who sees the entire floor and uses both his passing and scoring to play at an MVP level.
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Philadelphia 76ers center Joel Embiid has three key moves from the mid-post that take his offensive game to a different level. Join PGC Director Jayson Wells as he shows you how to add these three powerful scoring moves to your repertoire.
PGC Director Marke Freeman shows you the keys to adding Russell Westbrook’s signature hesitation move to your offensive skill set.
Kyrie Irving has unbelievable handles, agility, and change of speed, but what’s more unbelievable is his mind. Join PGC Director of Player Development Tyler Coston and PGC Director Jayson Wells as they teach you how to become dominant scoring off of ball screens like Kyrie.
After 82 regular season games, the NBA schedule rolls into the playoffs this weekend where a pair of PGC grads will make their postseason debuts.