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

This class was amazing! Well produced. Broken down into bit-sized pieces. I have been playing basketball for 30 years and this class taught me so much. I think the biggest takeaway for me is how important footwork and balance (it starts there) are in achieving consistency and taking your game to the next level. Thank you Steph Curry! You are the man!

I definitely learned a lot from this class. Steph taught me a lot of small useful tricks as well as helped me understand better how to really solidify my fundamental skills.

I have learned multiple things! Stephen curry motivated me to become a better basketball player!

I'm am shitting on people at pickup games. This course helped me do just that.

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.