Stephen Curry Shooting Form Training Season 2 Test 8 – Sideways Release Point

It was a rainy day, I do not like rain, because this made my hand wet and cannot find the correct hand feeling easily.

This test still trained for the sideways shooting form, especially upper body’s sideways range.

 

 

I want to keep my elbow and the right shoulder in the same height, took the right shoulder  as forward as I can, but must keep comfortable. The pure soft hand type always made your elbow too low, so keep the elbow and the shoulder in a horizon is really difficult.

After this, I still need to make my right forearm and upper arm in a small angle. Just as Steph’s angle:

At the sideview, the ball almost hit forehead, the right hand just close to your right eye, almost in that height.

Watertree

15 years basketball shooting research experience, in clude Michael Jordan hard hand shooting form 5 years, Stephen Curry soft hand shooting form 5 years, Tracy McGrady 2 years, Ray Allen 1 year, Kyrie Irving 1 year, Steve Nash 1 Year.

2 thoughts on “Stephen Curry Shooting Form Training Season 2 Test 8 – Sideways Release Point

  1. Hi Coach Shotur,

    I observed Steph’s posture is a little bit leaning backward compared to yours. Leaning backward helps him a better arc and also a better site I think. Please advice.

    Thanks,
    Nick

    1. Right, the upper body a bit leaning backward will lead good upward jump force, make your shot more stable. This video is only test 8, I improved this tip in about test 20.

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