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  • Shot number: 1
  • Today we’ll be showing you the best way to shoot a basketball.
  • Shot number: 2
  • Firstly we are going to focus on hand placement. Your primary hand should be on the front face of the ball aligned with seams and your other on the side of the ball to help keep your shot straight.
  • Shot number: 3
  •  Secondly, we’ll focus on feet placement. Now you want your primary foot placed about half a step in front of your other leg keeping both legs aligned to the goals.
  • Third and foremost we have form good form is key to a good shot. To start you want to have the hand and foot placement mentioned in the earlier steps and want to bring the basketball from above you waist to just over your head keeping your primary  hands arm on a 90 degree angle then releasing the ball keeping your follow-through  for 2-3 seconds for the ball to properly leave your hand.
  • Shot type: Mid shot Action: Filming person introduction Dialogue: Today we’ll be showing you the best way to shoot a basketball.
  • Shot number: 4
  • Shot type: First person. Action: Showing hand placement to shoot a basketball. Dialogue:  Firstly we are going to focus on hand placement.Your primary hand should be on the front face of the ball aligned with seams and your other hand on the side of the ball to help keep your shot straight.
  • Shot number: 5
  • lasst but not least we have generating power. Most people think the power of the shot comes from the arms when in fact it is all in the legs, so remembering to drive into the ground and adding a little hop onto the end Is key in having a good shot.
  • Shot type: Low Action: showing foot placement. Dialogue:  Secondly, we’ll focus on feet placement. Now you want your primary foot placed about half a step in front of your other leg keeping both legs aligned to the goals.
  • Shot number: 6
  •  To conclude we’ll know put all of what we have learned about hand and feet placement, power and form and well see how it works for us.*Me shooting the ball*
  • Shot type: Mid to Longshot Action: Shooting form Dialogue: Third and foremost we have form good form is key to a good shot. To start you want to have the hand and foot placement mentioned in the earlier steps and want to bring the basketball from above your waist to just over your head keeping your primary hands arm on a 90-degree angle then releasing the ball keeping your follow-through for 2-3 seconds for the ball to properly leave your hand.
  • Shot type: Mid to longshot Action: Generating power Dialogue: Last but not least we have generating power. Most people think the power of the shot comes from the arms when in fact it is all in the legs, so remembering to drive into the ground and adding a little hop onto the end Is key in having a good shot. 
  • Shot type: Reverse angle shot. Action: Putting everything together Dialogue:  To conclude we’ll know put all of what we have learned about hand and feet placement, power and form and well see how it works for us.  *Me making a few shots using the steps.*
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