Klay Thompson Retreat Shooting Drill (Part 2): Basketball Shooting Drills

Published on 01/26/2015 by


The Klay Thompson Retreat Shooting Crossover drill is a staple for shooter and scorer. From preps to pros everyone should get their reps in on this! Use this drill to develop a lightning quick pull-up like Klay Thomson uses to light up the scoreboard. This drill is a must for anyone looking to improve.

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  • BORN - Powerlifting & Mental Health 7 years ago

    I love that kind of drag/crossover dribble, it's so effective!

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  • The Murphy-Carlson 7 years ago

    Hey Coach Collin +ShotMechanics because of the tips I've learned from you I
    was able to hit a game winning three from the NBA line with ease, and my
    j's only getting better. Any way I just wanted to say I appreciate you for
    doing what you do. Keep at it!

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  • Giovanne Kusumo 7 years ago

    Do Ben Mclemore

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  • erik Abell 7 years ago

    hey coach, I've always been taught to bend the wrist for power, but for me
    it doesn't feel comfortable, i believe it kind of causes tension in the
    shoulder. i feel like i can get away with by having a 1 motion shot,
    dipping and using the sweep and sway, what do you think?

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  • booboojuice44 7 years ago

    Can we get some Yao Ming shooting secrets please?!

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  • Jango Rust 7 years ago

    Hey coach c, how does it feel to shoot with a one motion shot? And for some
    reason I bring the ball to my set point when I am at the low point of my
    dip, is this a bad thing?

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  • Tim Morales 7 years ago

    I have a really important question, whenever I shoot, when I come down, my
    feet are right next to eachother, it never fails, even when my feet are
    spread before the shot. How does that effect my shooting?

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  • jiannhs makaveli 7 years ago

    can you make a video about your shooting formm 

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  • Raymond Droste 7 years ago

    Ive always liked klays shooting form more than stephs

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  • Dage Rivergo 6 years ago

    snake bit in the release hand coach

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