Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Court Cures

Basketball players in North America have a "big problem" when it comes to jump shooting, especially young players according to national shooting specialist, Coach Jim Clayton.

Coach Clayton has helped a variety of NBA players improve their jump shots such as OJ Mayo of the Memphis Grizzlies and Michael Jordan to name a few. Jim is regarded as one of the premier shooting instructors in the nation and has become a highly sought after speaker on the "Art of Shooting".

He's also the owner/CEO of Sports City U Basketball Academy, a year round training facility based out of West Virginia. It's dedicated to improving basketball skills and instills a work ethic that never lets an opponent out perform their players.

Coach Clayton also identifies the problem with LeBron's shot, how Shaq can become a better free throw shooter and why it's so important to understand how the shot and dribble play can help improve a players jump shot.

Check out Coach Jim in action.

To learn more about Coach Jim and his upcoming book, "Court Cures" visit his Facebook fan page or website.

You can also follow him on Twitter.

Click here to listen to the interview.

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