Jacob from the Jump Manual received a post on his facebook wall asking if it is possible to increase your hang time. The video below has his answer, or just take a look at the notes for the short version. “The only way you’re going to increase your hang time is if you increase… Read More »
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There’s nothing better than hitting the court and working on your dunk or your 3 point shot. And maybe you work on your dribble, every opportunity you get. But there’s ways of improving your game, without even touching a basketball.
In trying to become the best dunker, it’s easy to forget about the importance of being the best basketball player too. I’ve certainly been there, but here are some tips to make sure you keep working on your total game, while you work on your dunk.
In pursuit of the perfect basketball game, I’m looking at all the skills and elements that make for great play. Apart from dunking, nothing’s got more pop than an awesome 3 pointer. It’s a glamour shot, for sure- so I wanted the sharpest skills I could get.
Basketball attracts some huge guys, right? Seven footers are fairly common in the professional game, but even as an amateur, you’ll come up against guys approaching that size pretty regularly.
Although I’m always looking to improve my dunk skills I’ve recently been taking a look at other areas of basketball, where I could stand to make some improvements. So, lately I’ve been doing a lot of work on my free throw, because extra scoring power always counts.
Everyone wants to dunk the ball but you need an arsenal of basketball skills if you want to be considered really great. Find out how to master passing, dribbling, free throws and more.