Basketball Achieving The Perfect Shot
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BASKETBALL - Achieving the Perfect Shot
Dear Future Sharp-Shooter,
Ive been playing the game of basketball for a great majority of my life, and ever since I picked my first ball and hit my first jump shot Ive been addicted.
This game has so many features including - shooting, defending, passing, and more. All of these features help make the game more exciting, as each and every player can participate in them!
Theres the game clinching shots the times Ive been on the edge of my seat, or actually taking the shot myself, when the end of the game arrives and the score is tied. There is just a few seconds left on the clock, and your coach has set up a play to get you an open shot. As the ball comes in play, and you begin to move to your set places, your heart begins to race. You receive the ball via a perfect pass from your Point Guard, you square up to them basket while concentrating on the front of the rim, you jump into the air, and release the ball just before the peak of your jump. The ball then seems to travel through the air in slow motion, and you, your coach, your team mates and fans, hope to see it drop throw the hoop. Finally, it drops just behind the front of the rim and swishes perfectly. The game is over your team won at the last second, due to a smart coaches play, great teamwork, and a perfectly executed shot.
This is what makes this sport the best in the world, this is what so many millions of people around the world live, sleep, and breathe this is the game of basketball!"
What level of basketball player do I need to be to use this eBook?
This eBook can be used by any level of player, all the way from beginner to expert. It will at first teach you the basics of shooting and then go to more complexed areas. It is helpful to both the beginner and more advanced player.
It will explain in full detail how to perfect and improve your shooting technique so you can become the best shooter you can be. It goes in-depth to explain the in and outs of shooting the basketball.
The Jump Shot
The Free Throw