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Old 11-10-2017, 09:26 AM   #16
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Default Re: Changing shooting style

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Changing shooting style in your nba career can be fg% suicide.

Its so hard to alter muscle memory from what youve been doing as a kid. But if lonzos form sucks anyways probably wouldnt hurt

The last thing Lonzo Ball should be worried about is a further FG% drop.
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Old 11-10-2017, 11:32 AM   #17
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Default Re: Changing shooting style

more than his shooting form, he needs to learn to shoot and drive to the right. Chuck talks of this in one of their shows. He showed a lot of clips wherein Lonzo unnecessarily switched from right to left to shoot, making his shots more difficult. even when just coming in for a simple layup from the right, he would switch the ball to his left hand and do an underhanded left-hand layup instead of a simple right-handed, straightforward layup. Chuck even showed clips of Lonzo coming over from the right to the left just so he could shoot left. kid can't shoot right. defenses are just going to abuse him and force him to go right everytime.
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