Archive for September 9th, 2011

How To Avoid (or Get Out Of) A Shooting Slump

Almost every player that’s ever played basketball has experienced some type of shooting slump. The key is to not let it kill your confidence because they’re always temporary and they’re usually always mental. A couple of bad games does not mean you’ve forgotten how to shoot. Sure they can kill your confidence, leave you confused, and seem never-ending, but he fact is, if you shoot a lot, you will miss some. Heck, if you can make 50% of your shots, you will be considered a great shooter. So just ease your mind, and you will get through it. And let these drills get you out of the shooting stump.