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Scoring at the Rim

Stephen Curry

Lesson time 16:42 min

With an emphasis on protecting the ball, layups, and floaters, Stephen breaks down his technique for finishing at the rim both in practice and in games.

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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.



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

I loved how Steph taught all of his pregame strategies. I enjoyed learning about his story and I enjoyed all of the film session work he did with us.

the masterclass got me started playing basketball for remedial purposes.

I really made a massive improvement, thanks to Stephen Curry

Loved the film sessions where he described what he saw on the floor and also the keys he described that he looks for when attacking his defender


Comments

A fellow student

When do you use the one-two step floater compared to the two foot hip floater

Tanner D.

We can't see the video, just swirls. I'm able to see other online videos, just not on this site.

A fellow student

I dunked on my little sister but still can't layup on her. Please help stephanie

A fellow student

They need to make another basketball class from a Small forward, Power forward point of view. Post moves, rebounds, shot blocking,

James A.

"I'm in control. My defender is not." Being the aggressor in a battle is... the way to win.

David G.

i tried this approach by taking off behind the block and i noticed that my shot rarely gwts blocked now. i also have time to pull out a euro step or manipulate the ball sso i can do an up and under or a reverse layup. these are great tips

Larry M.

Thank you, my 9yr old listening and hearing are as valuable as the drills, he is thinking out there, thanks.