We all have our go to moves in our arsenal but what is your favorite or best move when u need to make a shot in the clutch? I think my fave is the pump fake and shot off a dribble.
For some, it is a hook shot, a step back jumper, a corner 3 pointer, or a fallaway leaning J. I think Kemba Walker of UCONN has a good go to move when he does his stepback jumper and he does it against bigger guys who aren't as fast as him.
Something like this. This looks like a good shot to practice when u pretend to go into the paint but u just step back and make a J. Hardest part is probably working on the J though or shooting from fading away?
My go to move is either in and out crossover. Or between the legs and behind the back because when a defender reaches in the you have that move to protect the ball from them. And also just the plain crossover because if they reach you teach and take them all the way to the basket.
Probably the crossover or the under the legs and then pull up for a jumper.
"I've missed more than 9,000 shots in my career. I've lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I've been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I've failed over and over and over again in my life. And that is why I succeed."-Michael Jordan
Mine is crossover to my left hand then around the back so when the defender starts to defend the side with the ball the behind the back completely catches him of gaurd and leaves him completely defenceles against my drive.
i would say my move is the spin move because its almost impossible too stop it rlly depends on how the defender is playing me if he is up in my face i would do a step back, or a pull up, and if he is overplaying me i would do a spin move or a behind the back.
usually if we need points ill get a rebound and sprint upcourt and pullup for a three, kinda like chauncey billups does. but 1v1 moves probably the in and out to between the legs-behind the back drive right 1 dribble then pullup. its pretty compplicated.
i would say on a fast break do a hesitation then any cross move then if they jump that go behind the back or cross, if they turn there back cross then take 2 dribbles and finish
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