Individual Improvement

Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns of the National...

Steve Nash of the Phoenix Suns of the National Basketball Association dribbling the against the Washington Wizards (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I know many of today’s players don’t take the time to work on their game outside of practice time for their high school teams, AAU teams, etc…Some people think it is because players today just don’t care about getting better fundamentally; they feel they only want to take part in games.  Personally, I like to think it is because many of these players do not learn individual drills that they can do on their own while they are at these team practices.  Heck even most camps the players attend these days have little to none fundamental skill development sessions.  I have worked camps all over the place and the only one that really does any skill development and classroom sessions with the players is the Hoop Group Camps.  (I am sure and I hope there are others; just none that I have worked) So because of that I have decided to upload some videos for players to utilize for individual or partner workouts to help improve their fundamentals.  The first is the Steve Nash 20 Minute Shooting Workout.  Be sure to watch in full and take detailed notes so that you know what you are doing while you are working out.  This is a good shooting drill that also will help with your conditioning.  Enjoy!

Please let me know if you have any requests for plays, drills, defenses, etc…

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