In this video we are demonstrating some very basic footwork for a floater shot technique in basketball.
Taylin demonstrates the simple footwork needed from each side and in front of the basket.
Here is the video…
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Here we discuss the difference between a runner and a floater layup and when best to use this shot technique in basketball.
This basketball shot type has become more common in the modern game with the increased distance of the 3 point line and the addition of the restricted zone.
How to Do A Basic Floater Layup…
Basketball Skill Acquisition
- Basic Basketball Footwork
- Layup Footwork
- Basketball Shot Technique
- Eyes Up (Focus)
Basketball Drill Purpose
To help lay the foundational basketball footwork and dexterity required for a floater shot technique at the grassroots level. To add a basketball layup finishing move to help avoid a defender just outside the restricted zone.
Basketball Equipment Needed
- Backboard and Ring.
- Basketball court preferably with lined keyway
- Also the restricted zone arc clearly marked
How To Do This Basketball Skill?
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