Jump Shot NBA Golden State Warriors
Now, that is certainly not the problem I ever had when I played in pickup games at the gym. I was not like one of those players on the Warriors that could meet the challenge at either end of the court. I couldn’t even meet them half way.
The Basketball Jump Shot
ake for example my jump shot. As you can see from my sports art this player has a nice jump shot with a nice hand and arm extension above his head. It is suppose to be an easy shot to make from a distance but I could not do it very well from any distance. Frogs have a better jump shot. A Kangaroo Rat could jump higher than I could.
And, even if I could get off the ground I was easy to block – being short. And being short the only thing I can dunk is cookies into milk - and the only good move I had after that was dribbling – dribbling the milk out of my mouth.
This basketball art painting of the jump shot made me think of the
in the NBA Western Conference finals and there struggle a couple of times over the season and in the playoffs. Even though a player might feel great and “in the groove” it can be very frustrating when your shots are not sinking through the net – or you become the bull’s eye for every other player on the other team because you are a great player like Curry.
So, what are the Golden State Warriors suppose to do?
Back to basics to find a way to get him back in a groove - into different shifts and rotations and working them flawlessly and forgetting the physical discomfort.
Now, how is that for a bunch of platitudes with no real constructive thoughts?
I listen to the sports commentators and that is about all the obvious comments I ever hear.
"The Jump Shot" basketball sports art painting by artist John Robertson is 48" x 60" acrylic on unstretched canvas.
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