From Stephen Curry's MasterClass

Off Screens: Curl, Pop, and Fade

Curl, pop, and fade are a few techniques for scoring when coming off of screens without the ball. Stephen teaches you how to lose a defender and score once the ball hits your hands.

Topics include: Film Session: Curl to the Rim • Curl to the Rim • Curl to Floater • Film Session: Unorthodox Screen Angles • Curl Jumper • Straight Line Pop • Corner Fade • Film Session: Corner Fade

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Curl, pop, and fade are a few techniques for scoring when coming off of screens without the ball. Stephen teaches you how to lose a defender and score once the ball hits your hands.

Topics include: Film Session: Curl to the Rim • Curl to the Rim • Curl to Floater • Film Session: Unorthodox Screen Angles • Curl Jumper • Straight Line Pop • Corner Fade • Film Session: Corner Fade

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

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

All the course was great, but for me, was important to note that everybody might feel nervous. I was really good playing with friends but completely nulle in competition, playing with other teams.

I learned how important it is to be prepared before games and coming off picks was also something I learned

It is great really helped me. Jack Kennedy remember my name ;)

Comments

Dwayne J.

Do you tell your teammate to come set a screen for you or does your coach tell your teammate to

James A.

I saw you do it (not realizing) but, I never thought of the inside turn on those pop and fades... Magical. Sikma!

Hugh M.

I wish there was more film breakdowns. Its really nice to hear from the pros perspective of the game

j C.

what are ways to communicate to the ball handler what pass you are looking for? I find that espeically with the curl I get passes behind me, the pop is much more common pass.