In this video we are demonstrating a very basic basketball layup technique called a finger roll or scoop shot.
OzSwoosh athlete Taylin shows the idea around a finger roll layup or scoop shot technique..
Here Coach Craig Rowe provides insights on when best to use the finger roll or scoop shot in basketball. Suggesting the shot when attempted on the wings is more prone to being blocked. He recommends it be primarily used when the defender is trailing behind in the open court.
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How To Do A Finger Roll Or Scoop Shot
Basketball Skill Acquisition
- Basic Basketball Footwork
- Basketball Shot Technique
- Layup Footwork
- Eyes Up
Basketball Drill Purpose
To help lay the foundational basketball footwork and dexterity required for a finger roll or scoop shot technique at the beginner basketball level. To add a basketball layup finishing move to help avoid a defender trailing from behind.
Basketball Equipment Needed
Basketball Backboard and Ring.
How To Do The Skill
Free Basketball Coaching Resource Library
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