Re: Is having your shooting arm in front of your face detrimental to your jump shot?
Thank you guys, I appreciate it. Even though I've been essentially trying to mold my jump shot, I have also been putting emphasis on trying to make my jump shot feel natural. Even before this thread, my main goal has been to just be able to shoot without thinking, but now I know that trying to correct every single aspect of my jump shot might be hindering this process. I played ball today and just tried different things and when I found something that felt natural, I just stuck with it. Now, even if I miss, I am satisfied because I feels good when I am shooting. I greatly appreciate both of your advice.