That’s a very good question with all of the different videos online at Youtube and other various places players today have a variety of resources at their disposal. There aren’t specific players that one should watch, other than obviously those who play a specific position. The other prerequisite would be a player that plays the same style and has equivalent body type and athletic features. When making an edit to give to a player or coach I take that specific person in mind. If it’s a player I want them to get clips of shots that they realistically can make with their team. I factor in the player, the offense that they run, and what would be good for the specific coach that he plays for. If the edit id for a coach keep in mind what kind of players that they have on their roster, and specific skill sets that they were asking for.
Sending highlights of Michael Jordan posterizing someone or an impossible shot do not come into my mind. There are some unbelievable plays made by some extraordinary players but you want to make sure what you show players is something that they can realistically use. I was watching The Association last night on NBA.com, it’s a great show for people that want to learn about the behind the scenes look at an NBA team. George Karl made some great points on the court. His point that he was making is that you can do a lot of the things with the ball on the wing but the one that is forbidden was to hold it. So many moves today are ones that the player has the ball in their hands for long periods at a time. All that does is slow your offense down and basically have four of your teammates watching you dance around trying to hunt a shot. I compare it to Barry Sanders back in the 90’s trying to dance around trying to find a hole to get through in the defensive line. You should be able to shoot, drive, or create space in a small amount of time. This will enable your team if you cant find a shot to have plenty of shot clock left.
Well anyways before I get started on another topic to summarize I want to give wing players edits on simplistic shots, drives, passes, and cuts that they can make in games. Remember its all about being serviceable at your position.
Here is the video that I made.
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