From Stephen Curry's MasterClass

Shooting off the Dribble, Part 2

Stephen incorporates movement and footwork into shooting off the dribble, teaching you more sophisticated ways to practice becoming a dynamic scorer.

Topics include: Four-Way Pickup Shooting • Film Session: Combine the Basic Moves • Transition Jumpers • Film Session: Transition Jumper • Review: Four-Way Pickup Shooting Concepts

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Stephen incorporates movement and footwork into shooting off the dribble, teaching you more sophisticated ways to practice becoming a dynamic scorer.

Topics include: Four-Way Pickup Shooting • Film Session: Combine the Basic Moves • Transition Jumpers • Film Session: Transition Jumper • Review: Four-Way Pickup Shooting Concepts

Stephen Curry

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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.

Reviews

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

It is great to hear the story of a great NBA shooter. understanding that hardwork will pay off just keep pushing.

Thanks for learn about for basketball and i love it!

Great insights on the technicalities and fundamentals of the game and training for excellence. Really enjoyed it!

I learned a lot more about shooting in detail and how to better align my body. Also he did a great job of explaining how to make the right choice in a game situation and having a better basketball IQ.

Comments

Mark F.

I have been practicing these moves for a while now and am just starting to get comfortable with them. My question though for a while has been, when do you use them? Where are you expecting the defender to have gone? For example, if you are doing a right to left behind the back into a plyo, is the expectation that the defender is backing up to defend the drive (off the plyo) so then you will have space for the pull-up?

Sara Malia H.

soooooo look forward improving my ball handling, and overall court confidence as a result..including improving my defense by better reading my opponent! Recreational fun is sure to be far more fun...Thank you Mr. Curry!! 🏀👑

James A.

Being a Zen Master (in my own mind, ha) at shooting a basketball doesn't make me a master at anything else... and I'm not. So, I desperately needed this ball handling class (about 40 years ago). This GymAlien is SO going to practice these moves!! Thank You God for this MasterClass... you too Stephen Curry. :-)

Geoffrey M.

The moves look easy, but they are not. A master at creating space from defender(s). It’s dancing on the court perfected.

Ashwin R.

Steph Curry, I think you are amazing and are a superstar. Thank you for helping me get better!

Pascal G.

Steph Curry, you're the best shooter in NBA history!Especially at the 3. You are my idol. Every day, I go to the gym ,and think, " I wanna be just like Stephen Curry."

Albert K.

Stephen, I am learning so much from you. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us :)

yiannis T.

i don't like complaining buuuuuuut the videos won't load for some reason :'(

The L.

I agree. Hearing Steph Curry be so humble and matter-of-fact makes my 11 year old and I feel like we can do it too. It’s chicken soup for the b-ball soul. One question: I read through everyone’s posts, but I’m still a little fuzzy on “plyo”. Is there anywhere in the lesson where he described it for us? Because I didn’t see him lunge before pulling up to shoot.

Stephen Z.

Hi Steph, I'd like to start out by saying thanks heaps for what you have taught us so far. I've really seen an improvement in my shot percentage and handles and I cant wait to only improve even more. I was just wondering if you had any tips in regards to shooting with a quicker release. Some people will hover the ball above their heads for a split second before shooting, whereas your shot seems much more smooth and fluid and I would like my shot to be the same; just wondering if you had any pointers in regards to that. I also have a bit of difficulty with my off hand when shooting, I notice your hand points towards the rim when you shoot. Sorry for the long question, just hoping you had some tips to help with that. Thanks heaps Steph.