Sports & Games

Film Session: Creating Space and Beating Your Defender

Stephen Curry

Lesson time 15:32 min

Illustrating the concepts from the previous chapter with real in-game scenarios, Stephen talks through scoring moves and shows you his mechanics at work on the court.

Stephen Curry
Teaches Shooting, Ball-Handling, and Scoring
In 17 lessons, the two-time MVP breaks down his mechanics, drills, mental attitude, and scoring techniques.
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Stephen Curry teaches the shooting, ball-handling, and scoring techniques that have made him a two-time MVP. For the first time ever, Stephen is teaching everything he’s learned, from perfect shooting mechanics to on-court concepts and basketball drills.


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

I learned a lot about the fundamentals, preparation and work ethic. I usually just play for fun with friends so I really got a lot out of this class!

My kids love this guy. They watched the entire thing with me.

Learned a lot, but it could be a lot better. Keep improving this masterclass, please.

Took the Stephen Curry class after watching the NBA finals. Used the chromecast feature on the App to watch on my 4k TV.


Micaela V.

I like how the video was broken down and explained. I also liked how Steph showed each thing in the last lesson in a clip from a game.


Lebron got his hand on the backboard. WHAM. Curry sinks the layup. BAM BAM BAM

James A.

A clinical dismantling of every opponent Kid Curry... I love it! I remember when Walt Frazier used to say there's a second way to play; other than who's biggest, strongest, fastest... There's a cat like quickness and precision (like Bruce Lee or Jerry Rice in football) that makes the game a whole lot easier... or let's say efficient. Next level stuff.

terry D.

Love the film review sessions. Would like to see even more of them as they clearly demonstrate in real time the application of the principles taught. I learn something every time Steph explains what he sees on the court and how he protects the ball.

Rick A.

I wonder when the NBA/NCAA/FIBA are going to remove the traveling violation of lifting the pivot foot before release of the first dribble. It is never enforced and even Steph commits that violation occasionally.