Sports & Games

Film Session: Ball Screens

Stephen Curry

Lesson time 12:04 min

Taking a look at game film, Stephen brings the ball screen work from the previous chapter to life and teaches you what to look for when watching ball screens in games.

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4.7
Students give MasterClass an average rating of 4.7 out of 5 stars.

One of the best classes, because I've learned different techniques.

This class has been a game-changer for me...literally!! Thank you, Steph Curry! I'll see you in the Finals! ;D

Got to know a lot of the tiny details of the movements and of the game.Learnt that only you are responsible for your results.

I just wanted to learn more about Steph Curry's mentality and see how he breaks down film. The fundamentals and drills were incredible for someone looking to improve on their basketball skill and knowledge. I could see other NBA players watching this too. I would have like to maybe see a lesson on defense, but I know that's not his forte.


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John socialphds F.

He should change his name to "The Truth." Every basketball player high school and up should watch this on a mandatory level. Stephen you are an assassin you can just see it in your eyes. You really worked on your craft. Respect you so much more understanding how technical you are with it. Im almost 40 now. I needed this in my high varsity days. If I had a kid I'd be like you better listen to that man thats 200M talking haha. Not everyday you get a GOAT sharing his basketball IQ this personally. Thank you STEPH!

Micaela V.

I really like how Steph breaks down each film and notices small details. He is also looking for his team mates in every play instead of looking for a shot for himself at all times. He is humble and generous with the ball.

Owen D.

Thank you for building up my confidence but I am sad cause my session expires soon

Amir G.

hi, what i realize is that its easy to say , but from the proof of play and action, i can say it was done. well done,i think i learnt something

Frank J.

For some reason, every time I get double or triple teamed, I always hesitate for a second. If I shoot, I usually get blocked. If I drive, I mess up. If I pass, the defender usually steals the ball.

Larry M.

I get a little afraid when the big guy comes at the person I am screening for and sometime I lean in and forget to protect myself, then get confused as to what to do next. My dad says to keep moving towards the basket. So now I understand to wait until the opponent clears before I make my next move but the guys I play with just run over you or push you out the way. Dad says we are just kids and need to understand and practice as best we can, but screening is hard at 9yr old. And I am clearer now on what to do, thank you.

William T.

if coming to screen and I see my screeners defender popping at the side I want to come off of could I do a cross over and try to initiate contact with the defender who was just screened or should I just dribble out and reset play

j C.

It would be interesting to see film from different years on how teams are adjusting. Things like ice and how more nba defences are trying to switch as much as they can.