Jump stop and cuff the ball with your right hand and pump fake the layup with that hand cuffed with the basketball in it. Bring it back down and go back up with both hands. This pump fake works very often, and you will have shot blockers and taller players jumping for the basketball 90 percent of the time.
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A shot fake in basketball is when a player pretends to shoot by beginning the shooting motion, but doesn't let go of the ball or pulls down early. The goal is to fake out the defender, opening up a lane for the ball handler to either drive, pass, or shoot from a different spot. When a player successfully fakes a shot, he can cause the defender to attempt a block.
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Add a pump fake to get the defender off balance and prevent them from blocking your shot. Reverse Layup. Great basketball players make layups from all angles. The reverse layup allows players to attack the rim from one side and finish on the opposite side using the basket to help create space from the defender.
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Shot Fake. In this video, NBA guard Sasha Vujacic demonstrates his favorite shot fake. Employing proper technique on a shot fake is essential to fooling the defensive player and creating the space that you can use to shoot, pass, or dribble. Coach: Sasha Vujacic. Welcome, visitor! You have watched 1 out of 2 free previews in this library.
The Most Basic Shot in Basketball. Layups are considered the most basic shot in the game, since they occur so close to the basket and are relatively easy to make. Shots only get harder the farther they are from the basket, so being in close range for a layup means it should be easier to make than a shot from deep, like a 3-pointer. A player shooting a layup also has the advantage of the backboard being able to help them get the ball into the basket, making it easier than a shot from a bad angle.
1 passes to 4 at the elbow. 5 sets the flare screen for 1 to keep their defenders involved. 3 relocates high to take away help. 2 goes hard to the ball for the fake handoff. 4 plays with back to the baseline and fakes the handoff. On the fake, 4 quickly drives to the basket for the layup!!!