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Basketball Return system
« on: May 02, 2011, 02:06:15 pm »
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I wanted to shoot a lot of jumpers over the summer but i dont have a rebounder often. what happens is i get tired from running for the ball.

WHat would yall say is the best and affordable basketball return system

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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2011, 06:50:54 pm »
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lol the return stuff costs a lot

I always keep myself going by thinking tired from shooting = unconditioned
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2011, 07:00:34 pm »
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DONT get the HOOP CHUTE its awful broke within less than a week! but while it worked it halved the time i spent shooting and it only rebounded made shots...

one of them 'The Gun' by shootaway would be awesome but im guessing it would cost 1000s just to ship here

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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2011, 08:15:57 pm »
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lol the return stuff costs a lot

I always keep myself going by thinking tired from shooting = unconditioned

I usually believe that too, but its just not as efficient to run after every ball.
you can get more reps up
you can spend that conserved energy on other stuff such as ball handling, finishing moves, playing, plyo, or RECOVERING


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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #4 on: May 05, 2011, 10:01:54 pm »
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getting a shooting buddy is the best.  then you can work on your passing too.  feed each other 10-20 shots each time.
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #5 on: May 06, 2011, 06:58:16 pm »
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I just put a piece of wood at an incline at the bottom of my goal. After I made it, it'd bounce on that back in my general direction. Otherwise I just rebounded myself. I always played conditioning games. Start by shooting a long jumper, then make, if miss rebound and shoot with off-hand, if miss, rebound and shoot with normal hand, if miss then by this time I should be close enough to do a layup with the off-hand, then rebound and start over.

It's difficult playing by yourself, but you can improve with focus. Don't worry about the number of shots you're getting up, worry about the quality of those shots.

You should be able to shoot solidly (10-20 shots a minute depending on shot distance/type) for at least 20-25 minutes while focusing on good form and rebounding for yourself and not getting too tired. If you can't do it that long than push yourself until you can for conditioning-sake.

I require my kids I coach to be able to do it for 25 minutes straight and they have to continue to shoot at least at a rate of 10spm (shots per minute) in middle school, and 12spm in high school. All while focusing on continuing their form and jump height on jump shots. Also, the rebound cannot bounce 3x before they grab it and shoot it again. Every 3rd shot has to be from at least 15 feet away so they're not all just shooting 5 foot jump shots. They have to do this 4x/week as part of their summer conditioning program. They work up in increments of course, start with 10 minutes, add 5 minutes every week-ish until goal is reached. I had one kid who had amazing stamina (best defender I ever coached...could hound the ball all game long on point guards) that could run this drill for almost an hour straight with good form.

Always remember when practicing any type of basketball-related skill, quality over quantity. Shooting 1000 jumpers a day is great, but if you're just runnin' around shooting haphazardly and not practicing the shots you'll take during games then what good does it do you? Shoot free throws, shoot set shots, shoot runners, shoot post-up moves, shoot pull-up moves, shoot off the dribble, shoot off rebounds, shoot how you play and shoot with a purpose.

Again, for rebounding help, I just got a big 1ftx4ft piece of plywood, leaned it up against the base of my goal and the ball would bounce back when it hits it. It really only worked on makes or short shots, but the more I made, the more the ball came back, the more I got to shoot. (Just don't shoot layups with it around the base of the goal, that's a broken ankle my friends).

Hope that helps.
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #6 on: May 06, 2011, 06:59:54 pm »
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By the way, in your signature, do you really mean 90% from NBA 3pt line? I think 35-40% would be a good goal...but 90% is a bit unrealistic.
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #7 on: May 06, 2011, 09:13:47 pm »
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but 90% is a bit unrealistic.

Not for me lol. I need to record this shit. I went 20 for 23 last week from college and nba 3 range.
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #8 on: May 07, 2011, 12:31:33 am »
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but 90% is a bit unrealistic.

Not for me lol. I need to record this shit. I went 20 for 23 last week from college and nba 3 range.

Yeah? But where was the defense?
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #9 on: May 07, 2011, 12:53:24 am »
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but 90% is a bit unrealistic.

Not for me lol. I need to record this shit. I went 20 for 23 last week from college and nba 3 range.

Yeah? But where was the defense?

I think Petey is talking about no D 3PT% lol....90% while guarded?
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #10 on: May 07, 2011, 01:35:29 am »
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it says in practice not in a game

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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #11 on: May 07, 2011, 01:10:23 pm »
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Okay, I only saw the practice part in relation to the free throws, my bad. Anyways, shoot for it bud. Do work.  :headbang:
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Re: Basketball Return system
« Reply #12 on: May 08, 2011, 03:02:30 am »
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but 90% is a bit unrealistic.

Not for me lol. I need to record this shit. I went 20 for 23 last week from college and nba 3 range.

Yeah? But where was the defense?
No D, just shooting around and stuff.

But no exaggeration, like twice a week I'll go 75% from 3 in a pick-up game. Sometimes my shot is just absolutely ridiculous. I've gotten a lot stronger lately and college 3's feel like deep 2's used to feel. I need to record some shooting to show people. In 2 weeks maybe though... got finals coming up. No time :(
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