I see that he has less leg kick action on his jump shot. That should help with his consistency. Hopefully, the improved form with stick in actual games and translate to a higher jump shot percentage.
He shot over 50% the last three months of the last NBA season (not d-league)
"He shot over 50% the last three months of the last NBA season (not d-league)"Is that for jump shots? or all shots (including layups)?
Jeremy is slated to play in a charity game in San Jose, Oct. 29 in San Jose.http://www.insidebayarea.com/warriors/ci_19101469?source=rss
oops, didn't see that you already posted this event.
The lockout is annoying, but I think it'll help Jeremy -- an extended off-season favors hard workers who have something to prove. And that's JL.He'll get extra time to rehab his knee and refine his jump shot.
where is the wrist action in the jump shots? more wrist less elbow/arm/shoulder
also when he shoots, he shouldn't face the basket directly face to face, it should be like a ~10-30 degree tilt to the left if you're right handed shooter w 1 foot in front of other foot... also work on a hesitation move would be nice... kd almost perfects it... and so do most AND1 players... would give u lots of room to operate
and also the jumpshot... dude is kind of jumpstopping into the jump shot, it should be like a one 2 step into the jump shot, aka left foot step (pivot) right foot step and shoot... would be silky smooth... good example is tmacs footwork during jump shot.