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post #18076 of 27359
Well my hypothesis is that people who suck at FTs suck at jump shots and that improving ones jumpshot improves ones free throw (although I'm not saying it's the best way to improve ones free throw)

I mean sure you can do a jumpshot as a free throw but can you do it so that you never get a lane violation?
post #18077 of 27359
well yea you're right FT is a good indicator of shooting ability, butif you shoot 60% FT you could at least try :P

would be easy because i never land more than say 30cm closer to the rim on midrange jumpshot, so extra 40-50cm would be more than enough and my jumpshot from there is as good as from FT - I guess for a PRO it would be super/very easy to learn and get respectable result
post #18078 of 27359
anyway i just youtubed it; it has been done already lol

looks weird, but seems you're right with it being close to lane violation,
but i guess that also depends how you land
post #18079 of 27359
Didn't realize that actually happens

At the nba level most shooters get a lot of elevation which means your feet sweep forward quite a bit. Like watching three point shooters they'll often shoot a foot or two behind the line and end up a foot in front. If I was a coach i'd bench a player doing that and potentially risking a lack of a point.

In my mind it's needlessly risky.
Edited by indesertum - 9/25/14 at 1:56pm
post #18080 of 27359
well overall the main reason could be that its still easier to shoot a set shot for most men
post #18081 of 27359
Suns should get mason plumlee. Two sets of twins and two brothers
post #18082 of 27359
Or get both Lopezes
post #18083 of 27359
post #18084 of 27359
that tee is awesome
post #18085 of 27359

It is mark price MKG is working with. His release looks so much better but he's jumping straight up and down. I think his jump shot FGP will improve quite a bit but at most league average
post #18086 of 27359
I think I actually prefer the discussion of how much everyone hates Lebron/the Heat over this jumpshot form shit
post #18087 of 27359
frown.gif ok.

Been watching the scrimmages and cavs look to be a lot of fun to watch. Kind of excited
post #18088 of 27359
kind of funny that Haywood will be playing with LeBron, he had GOAT LeBron hate moment
post #18089 of 27359
Originally Posted by indesertum View Post

frown.gif ok.

Been watching the scrimmages and cavs look to be a lot of fun to watch. Kind of excited

They won't be fun for me to watch, that's for sure. I do think they'll be better for a longer time than the previous years' Heat, but Bosh and Wade at the time were better and more experienced than Kyrie and Love are now. This Cavs team is deeper than the Heat ever were, so let's see. Indiana's fall may have given them an easy path through the East, but the West isn't gonna be easy
post #18090 of 27359
well if Varejao and Haywood won't be healthy/productive they will have hard time defending vs anyone as Kyrie is not exactly a lockdown defender and Love as a 5 can't really protect the basket
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