Pro Scoring Moves 2 gives players even more offensive moves to their arsenal when attacking in transition. NBA assistant coach Jay Hernandez breaks down some of the most advanced offensive techniques taught to professional players across the globe. Ball Placement, Footwork, & Timing are emphasized and broken down so players can easily understand how to translate moves into real game situations.
Professional coach and trainer Jay Fernandez teaches you how to get your shot off and create space against any defender off the dribble. Currently an assistant coach/player development coach with the Charlotte Hornets, he trains NBA players on a daily basis with these same moves. The ability to score off the dribble is still an essential skill even in this age of emphasis on 3 point shots and drives to the rim.
Charlotte Hornets Coach Jay Hernandez' Pro Scoring Moves provides players with techniques that will help get their shots off, create separation, and score like the best professionals in the world. This video will cover moves that have been taught to players at all levels. The Trigger series, Pound Pivots, Show Pivots, Slide by Series, and 2 Footed Stepbacks are covered in this video. Pro Scoring Moves will give you the tools to be a true scoring threat whenever the ball is in your hands.
Coach Jay Hernandez gives you a variety of exercises and workouts using a heavy ball training device. The course coves ball handling, passing, shooting, and conditioning.
In this video series professional trainer and coach Jay Hernandez gives you techniques and areas of focus to improve your free throw shooting. The ability to hit free throws, especially in late game situations will keep you on the floor and confidence as a scorer.
Learn the most important dribbling drills to do. Being a Point Guard requires a wide ranging skill set and working the most important dribbling drills will keep you from wasting precious workout time on unnecessary drills. Jay breaks down the most common Point Guard plays that will prepare you for game situations right away. Score from anywhere on the court. Don't be limited to a slasher or a jump shooter. Be both. Develop ambidexterity in all skills and drills. Ambidexterity sets the great players apart from the good players.