From Stephen Curry's MasterClass

Shooting off the Dribble, Part 1

Once you build strong foundations in ball-handling and shooting, it's time to start combining them. Stephen teaches you how to shoot off the dribble and how to practice pickup shooting.

Topics include: Pickup Shooting Form • Dribble Hard Into Your Shot Pocket • Bring the Ball Across Your Body • Pickup Form Shooting • Good Mechanics Create Confidence • Review: Pickup Shooting Concepts

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Once you build strong foundations in ball-handling and shooting, it's time to start combining them. Stephen teaches you how to shoot off the dribble and how to practice pickup shooting.

Topics include: Pickup Shooting Form • Dribble Hard Into Your Shot Pocket • Bring the Ball Across Your Body • Pickup Form Shooting • Good Mechanics Create Confidence • Review: Pickup Shooting Concepts

Stephen Curry

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

I first saw master class I was nothing but ecstatic to start it. I feel like there are not a lot of people like me who are obsessed with something and have a true passion for something. but after seeing this I see there is people who have the passion that I have and that can inspire me so much to be the best I can be.

i love my class Stephen Curry is a 5 star rating and is a good coach!

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Comments

Ryan L.

My name is Cameron Lewis and I am 9 years old and I am the best player on the team.P.S you and you and your brother must practice together .Keep winning and go Golden state warriors!!!

Ceri H.

Yo curry u know those people if they see they just go crazy but come on people chill out

Lukas M.

I know that this helps you learn how to shoot off the dribble but when will you ever be standing still in the game and doing a crossover or between the legs or behind the back without moving and then getting into your shot. When I do a crossover or a between the legs or behind the back, I move with my dribble and would either steph back or pull up into my shot. I don't get why anyone would just crossover and stay in the same position and then shoot it.

A fellow student

You are an instructor in your soul! What a pleasure to learn from you ... Thanks

A fellow student

Boy you are a good friend and you Boy boy you know I mean you know what I know you mean

McClain G.

Hi Stephen curry I have been in the gym a lot at school recess I work by myself trying to be good in 3rd grade I will work on your stuff

James N.

Really enjoy watching Steph teach. If I had these lessons at 13 I may have been able to play 9th grade ball. Now I will teach these drills to my son.

Clara and Eden

can you spend less time showing us your shots, even though you are a great shooter, and write the drills down in the book and give us more to learn in each lesson

Wallace

This is one of the best instructional courses I've ever taken. Right now, I'm shooting worse than before because I'm breaking so many bad habits but I'm confident that I'll see long term improvement.

Evan Z.

I've found that it's so important to forget the misses. Thanks for the reminder. I used to get so upset when I missed. I found out that I was highlighting the wrong neural pathway when doing that! With our three levels of brain... instinct, emotion and intellect, we can emphasize or suppress the Wrong Pathway or the Right Pathway. Give the wrong pathway no emphasis (and do not repeat it!), and let it die/wither away.